Monday, 28 October 2019

Do you need to know about Microsoft Azure

The problem

You don’t know anything about Microsoft’s Azure Cloud.
Do any of the following describe you

  • You are running your business, and you’ve heard all about “the cloud” and how it helps your business. But you don’t know where to start. You know Microsoft products, but you don’t know about Microsoft’s cloud offering.
  • You work in IT, and your company has decided that cloud is the way forward and the new strategy is a “cloud-first approach”, and the cloud provider in question is Microsoft’s Azure.
  • Your company has started its cloud journey, but you feel a little left behind, you haven’t done any cloud work yet as you’ve been sorting out a big project with an on-premises solution. You want to get yourself up to speed so you can start working on Cloud-based projects delivering value to your business.


The Solution



On the 12th of December, we are running an Azure fundamentals training course. By attending this course, we will provide you with a general understanding of cloud computing concepts. We will discuss the core services available in Microsoft Azure. We will look at how you can quickly use these cloud resources to benefit your business. One of the significant concerns with cloud computing is security, and we will talk about how we can achieve security, compliance and trust with Microsoft Azure. We will have to show you how much this could cost and look at you can best set up your pricing model to get the most out of your investment.

At only £350 + booking fee / VAT (£295 +...early bird for the first five bookings) we believe this is excellent value. The full list of course objectives and to book, click here.

If you want to chat about the course first, or you want to book for a group of people or if you need to pay via invoice. Contact Us

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