451 Research concluded from a study that 90% of all companies are on the cloud. By moving to the cloud, businesses can lower infrastructure costs, improve security, enhance scalability, and best of all, streamline their development process.
Azure cloud is currently the trusted cloud provider of many Fortune 500 companies such as LinkedIn, Starbucks, Accenture, Boeing, and eBay. Moving to Azure cloud services requires cloud expertise, which many small businesses don't have access to.
That's why it's advisable to get help from an Azure managed services provider.
The 4 Top Benefits of a Azure Managed Services Provider
1 | Get the Most Out of Azure Cloud Services
With the help of a managed services provider (such as a Microsoft Azure partners), your business can smartly utilize the resources available through the Azure infrastructure to your best advantage. Based on their experience, they will recommend whether it's worth tweaking your applications to better take advantage of Azure's scalability or how to avoid mistakes when migrating your network to the cloud.
At TMC, we make sure your ERP system and Azure compliance is up to date to guarantee optimum use of the full capability. As a Microsoft partner, we are proud to say that we have 5 star rating in being a Dynamics 365 partner, which consist of full training making sure your employees completely understand the system.
We understand that every business is different. However, we also know that enterprise resource planning is crucial for businesses in today’s world to grow and prosper. Developed and used properly, the right software will help simplify your business and financial systems and maximize efficiency and productivity, no matter what your company size or business needs.
2 | Maintain Azure Compliance Standards
As a Microsoft Azure partner, we know what set of tools and configurations are necessary to maintain compliance. This is extremely important if your business operates in a highly-regulated industry such as healthcare, security, or e-commerce.
3 | Have Your Patches, Fixes, and Backups Taken Care Of
One of the reasons why businesses move to Azure is they think the service will take care of all the backups, patches and system updates for them. Even though some services can be configured to perform patches and backups automatically, the main responsibility still lies in your hands. Don't underestimate the cost and effort of maintaining the cloud. By working with a managed services provider, all the above worries will be truly taken care of.
4 | Have Access to Support 24/7
Running critical apps on the cloud means that you can't afford to have technical failures for an extended period of time. Your managed services provider will act as an extension of your in-house IT team, meaning they will be there to fix any issues in the most timely manner, ensuring business continuity no matter what.
Visit our website's solutions to learn more about our solutions in order to further your understanding of financial and business management systems. If you are interested in learning more about Azure managed services and how they can benefit you, don't hesitate to contact us. Team up with a certified Microsoft Gold Partner to make your migration to the cloud seamless. If you have any questions regarding Dynamics 365 or other ERP/CRM systems, you can contact us here.