On October 11 of this year, Microsoft overturned the apple cart by introducing Dynamics 365. If you haven’t heard the news, hold on tight, because the introduction of Dynamics 365 means there are significant changes ahead for Dynamics customers.
Successful marketing isn’t what it used to be, and that’s a good thing. With tools like a marketing automation system in place, companies can transform their marketing efforts without adding a lot of cost—or effort—to the campaigns they already have in place.
In the age where price often beats loyalty, Microsoft has released some surprising numbers on how companies purchasing cloud services feel about their cloud service providers. The survey, which was released by Microsoft and 451 Research, suggests that a whopping 95 percent of companies using cloud services are expecting to stay with their current primary cloud services provider in the next year. And what’s more, another 38 percent say they plan to increase spending with their provider upon contract renewal.
It’s official: storm season is upon us. But when severe weather hits, have you ever wondered what really happens to your business-critical data in the cloud?