Organizations are seeing a growing need to control permissions with granularity to optimize processes and workflow. With role-based access control, or RBAC, access and entitlement are decided through granular methods. By using granularity as a process for authorization, organizations can control the access or entitlement of the requester for the requested resource. RBAC can help reduce employee downtime and manage access control policies more efficiently.
If you’re considering making the big move to Microsoft Office 365, it’s important to know what the process entails and where costs may be hiding before you take the leap. Unfortunately, far too many customers migrate to Office 365 before they are ready. Knowing what surprises could be in store is crucial to helping you make successful decisions when preparing for your move to the cloud.
We’re excited to share with you that we will be showcasing our solutions for DevOps at the
Microsoft Ignite Australia Conference in Sydney, November 17-20.
We’ll be joining BinaryTree, another major player in the migration world, at booth 17.
GSX Solutions is sponsoring the Microsoft TechDays 2015 which will beggin tomorrow in Paris, and we are so exciting about it. Check out our booth, the team just landed and we are all set to meet with you tomorrow!
As Microsoft stipulates, Office 365 is a familiar Microsoft Office collaboration and productivity tool delivered through the cloud. Everyone can easily work together by accessing his or her email, web conferencing, documents, and calendars from anywhere.
At the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), speakers revealed the latest Office 365 metrics. Office 365 now presents an annual revenue run rate of $2.5 billion for Microsoft. Sixty percent of all Fortune 500 companies purchased Office 365 in the last 12 months and more than three out of four Office 365 customers are deployed by partners.
“When we work together, we do more.” That was the slogan of day 3 at the Worldwide Partner Conference here in Washington, D.C.
Phil Sorgen opened the talk by presenting four pillars he believes in when it comes to supporting Microsoft Partners:
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C., and I can honestly say that I was far from disappointed.
The first day alone was filled with exciting speakers who boasted this idea of a “Mobile First, Cloud First World” the new MOJO of Satya Nadella. While several incredibly well-informed and enthralling speakers were featured, one that mainly stood out was Kevin Turner, COO of Microsoft.
The Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 being close, the GSX Solutions team's Partner Account Managers are fully booked when it comes to meetings with our valuable partners. This year is the 2nd time we attend WPC and Microsoft has selected us as one of the 15 most active Microsoft Partners among the entire Microsoft community. GSX Solutions was solicited to participate to the Social Squad.