KPMG New Zealand and Umbrellar Powered by Pax8 have today announced a partnership to provide end-to-end delivery of cloud transformation for New Zealand organisations.
If the whole DAP/GDAP transition has you scratching your head, don’t worry. We go through what it all means, what you need to do and why this is actually a very good change of policy from Microsoft.
Umbrellar's Rob Farnell (Head of Cloud Technology) and Adrian Venter (Head of Cloud Operations ... aka Supreme Overlord 😎) talk tech with Head of Business Operations Nadia Phillips.
CodeHQ gives us the low-down on overcoming the uniquely New Zealand challenges of creating great software, such as smaller talent pool, an incredibly tight market, complex employment regulations and legacy systems. Find out how their smart solutions are helping CodeHQ build software destined to change the world.
Enghouse Interactive, Microsoft and Umbrellar have partnered to harness the power of Azure, establishing an Australian and New Zealand node to make shifting your customer service operations to the cloud easier.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are gravitating to Microsoft Azure in ever-greater numbers. Azure offers high degrees of scalability, coding flexibility, ease of access to Microsoft’s vast app ecosystem, sophisticated automation, and AI readiness, giving it numerous advantages in the cloud infrastructure space.
Umbrellar, New Zealand's leading Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider to business, government, healthcare and CSP resellers, announced today that it has earned the coveted Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure advanced specialisation.
Last February, as the world woke up to the fact it was dealing with a deadly pandemic, something else was starting to go viral - misinformation.
As Microsoft announced in September, they are continuing to expand opportunities for partners in the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program and improve commerce capabilities to support customers and partners with a streamlined buying experience.
Coinciding with this week’s Kubecon and Open Azure Day virtual events, today Microsoft have announced the general availability of Azure Hybrid Benefit functionality for Linux customers, allowing you to bring both your on-premises Windows Server and SQL Server licenses, as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) subscriptions to Azure.
The Microsoft Security Partner Development team would like to invite you to their Partner Azure Security Deep-Dive, 14-17 December, 15:00–20:00 GMT+13.
Explore the future of data and analytics with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and other industry experts. We’ll show you how to create a flowing continuum of trusted, accurate data and timely, actionable insights.
A new SaaS platform being launched this week promises to shave months off business set-up times for aspiring Cloud Service providers - and save customers thousands of dollars as well.
You are invited to a virtual bootcamp: Managed Service Provider (MSP) Azure Day, where we will be offering insights and resources to help MSP’s build and grow a successful cloud practice in Azure.
Evolve your go-to-market plans and offerings and gain clarity on the end-to-end connections between sales and marketing efforts and a prioritised plan to stay on track to completion.
Cloud Computing has been an ever-present buzzword for about the last decade, and the growth of hyper-scale cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Service (AWS) and Microsoft Azure have revolutionised Public Cloud standards. In fact, a new IBM study of more than 3,000 global CIOs shows that 60 percent of organisations see embracing cloud computing as a major component of growing their businesses as well as achieving and maintaining competitive advantage.