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John Rice

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA) vs. Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) - Knowing Which is Best for Your Organization


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Choice is critical in business, but sometimes it’s difficult to determine the best decision for your specific organization... 

Such is the case when it comes to contracting services for Azure and Office 365. For many years, the best choice for larger organizations was signing up for an Enterprise Agreement (EA) directly with Microsoft. However, with the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) option, you can purchase from a certified Microsoft partner which offers certain unique benefits. 

In this on-demand event, Interlink's licensing  experts walk you through EA vs. CSP and help you navigate and compare both offerings - so your organization knows which is best! There are pros and cons to both.

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Max Donaldson

Why the Microsoft CSP Program Offers the Greatest Cloud Customer Service Advantage


According to a Gartner survey, 81 percent of companies say they mostly or completely compete for business on the basis of customer experience.[1] In the highly competitive Cloud computing space, most businesses have their workloads and applications in the Cloud, finding a partner with outstanding customer service is the key to effective Cloud management. The Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program provides you with the greatest customer service advantage when it comes to selecting a partner to help your organization save time and headache through expertise, responsiveness, and dedicated support.

A Microsoft CSP helps you navigate the complexities of the Cloud, while showing you how best to take advantage of the power of Microsoft 365 and Azure. There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a CSP for your organization. There are numerous CSP partners, all varying in levels of expertise and the services they offer. Some of the considerations include evaluating the business health of the CSP, the support they can provide, their technical capabilities, and the breadth and depth of their security offerings. Choosing the right CSP for your organization is a crucial decision to ensuring the success of your Cloud initiative.

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John Rice

On-Demand Webinar | Enterprise Mobility + Security


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User identity is the foundation of all security strategies...

Protecting your user identity from compromise is the #1 investment you can make to protect your organization. Closely aligned with user identity are desktop and mobile endpoints, which are used to access your organization’s resources.

In this special on-demand event, Interlink experts will walk you through modern identity and access management utilizing Azure Active Directory Premium and modern device management with Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

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Steven Braunschweiger

Windows Virtual Desktop: Meeting the Growing Need of the Remote Workforce


The yearlong COVID-19 pandemic has upended business operations in nearly all industries...

As states imposed lockdowns, more businesses were forced to move to a work-from-home arrangement. Although the transition to a remote workforce has been in process for a number of years, the impact of COVID-19 has dramatically accelerated the trend.

To meet this new reality, businesses are rethinking their IT infrastructures. One of the major investments businesses are making is in the area of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). According to one recent survey, nearly half of all respondents said they plan to implement VDI technology within the next two years.1

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Mike Wilson

Microsoft Rebrands Security Suite Products to Microsoft Defender


Microsoft Defender unifies all extended detection and response (XDR) technologies under the Microsoft Defender brand.

Read on to learn about the rebranding and new capabilities!

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As attacker strategies and tactics become more advanced and malicious, organizations must stay on top of security. No longer does protecting individual areas such as email or endpoints keep your environment secure. Extended detection and response (XDR) is a new approach that is designed to deliver intelligent, automated, and integrated security across domains to help defenders connect seemingly disparate alerts and get ahead of attackers.

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Welcome to the Interlink Cloud Blog

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