Tech Data Blog

Cloud Computing as the Ultimate Connector

December 8, 2016   |   Stacy Nethercoat

Last year, UK did a post on the 10 Benefits of Cloud Computing that put forward various reasons as to why small business end users are making the move to cloud. While flexibility made the top of their list, I think that connectivity is just as important.

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Topics: IoT, Cloud

Not All Cloud Productivity Requirements Are Created Equal

December 6, 2016   |   Jeff Salanco

We are passionate about provide IT Solution providers with Access to best in class cloud and managed service technology.  Tech Data Cloud’s portfolio of solutions is built on lasting partnerships with established market leaders and innovative born in cloud vendors.

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Topics: Security, Cloud

Office 365 + Tech Data = Better Together

December 1, 2016   |   Nick Augeri

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“Microsoft 365” is one of the most commonly-searched terms on the internet—and that's a problem. For those of us familiar with the subject, we all know there's no such thing as “Microsoft 365;” it’s actually Microsoft Office 365; and more commonly referred to as Office 365. As marketers and resellers, we should refer to the products we sell using their proper names to ensure we’re being looked at as subject matter experts.

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Topics: Security, Cloud Solution Provider, Office 365 CSP, Microsoft O365, Cloud, Mobility

Microsoft Azure in the City

November 22, 2016   |   Chloe Letourneau

Are you looking to grow your business by adding Microsoft Azure to your portfolio? Look no further than Tech Data’s upcoming workshop on Microsoft Azure! I attended our first Azure two-day training hosted at Microsoft’s office in New York City. It was a jam-packed schedule, but presented valuable and actionable information for partners boost their Azure practice.

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Topics: Cloud

Windows Server 2016: Complete Guide and FAQs

November 17, 2016   |   Laura Vanassche

It may be an understatement to say that Microsoft has caused quite a bit of disruption with the new release of Windows Server 2016. In summary, here are the highlights of the new licensing rules:

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Topics: Data Center