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Revenue Rocket Consulting Group CEO Mike Harvath moderated a panel at the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference that included RCP Rocket Award winner Mark Seeley and CEOs of three other cutting-edge systems integration firms talking about how they're transforming their businesses.
The addition, at last, of cloud competencies gives partners a clear place in the Microsoft Partner Network to establish expertise and build a practice. Yet, some other Microsoft moves regarding cloud are causing partners serious concern.
A few of Microsoft's recent moves have the company lumbering right onto partners' territory.
Microsoft is making major strides against Amazon and Google under the flag of "cloud first."
Starting with its acquisition of InMage this summer, Microsoft has been taking steps to position Azure as a major provider of disaster recovery services in the cloud.
Forget planning for just the foreseeable future; a partner's plan for adapting to the rapidly changing IT landscape should span years.
The cloud-based service would let partners deploy complex machine-learning models for their customers in a matter of hours, instead of months.