New Commerce Experience (NCE) Announcement – What It Means For You as a Microsoft Licensing Customer

Microsoft is taking the next step in modernizing their customers’ Microsoft licensing procurement journey with their announcement of adding seat-based products to the New Commerce Experience (NCE).

Previously called Modern Commerce, New Commerce Experience (NCE) is now the most modernized buying vehicle for Microsoft licensing customers.

CloudServus Achieves Microsoft Gold Partner Competency in Cloud Productivity

CloudServus is very proud to announce that they have attained Microsoft Gold Partner status in Cloud Productivity, yet another milestone for the company to go along with competencies in Cloud Platform and Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions.

How to Shift from a Reactive to a Proactive Cyber Security Approach

As you’ve probably heard, cyber attacks are up this year. But while big-name breaches tend to get the most attention, it isn’t just enterprise companies that are at risk. In fact, some hackers specifically target SMBs and mid-market companies, due to the lax security that many have.

Consider this: while many business owners rate cybersecurity as a top concern, only 57% have actually implemented any type of security plan.

Azure and Microsoft 365 Security: What are Security Defaults?

 Microsoft recently released Security Defaults to help customers make their Microsoft 365 and Azure environments more secure FOR FREE.  Before you say it… you’re right… nothing is free, it’s included at no additional cost.  Microsoft is making these features available to everyone because identity-based attacks have skyrocketed over the last couple of years.  As Microsoft […]

Office 365: Lync Online vs Lync On-Premise

One of my customers has been weighing the options of using Lync Online vs Lync On-Premise. There are a lot of questions about the feature sets available between the two offerings. The Microsoft Office 365 community has posted this chart for review. http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/lync/480.aspx The following matrix compares features across the delivery models for Lync Server […]

The 2012 Microsoft Product Roadmap

The star of last year’s product roadmap was Office 365. Microsoft this year looks likely to pivot from the public cloud to the private cloud, while also shipping staples like SQL Server and releasing major betas — and possibly final versions — of blockbusters including Windows 8 tablet, client and server, and Office 15. Continue […]