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Why you should diversity your marketing strategy

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Repetition ingrains messages into your audience’s heads. Repetition makes your message more believable. Repetition is a good thing. But repetition quickly becomes annoying. And it becomes annoying. Reiterating your message is imperative. Using the...

Safeguard your business with security best practices

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Cybersecurity continues to be one of the top challenges of our digital age. We frequently see media reports on security incidents across all industries and around the globe, with more sophisticated attack techniques, such as supply chain attacks,...

Expanding partner opportunities with Azure in the Cloud Solution Provider program

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Digital transformation is rapidly changing how organizations create value. Customers today are faced with complex technology decisions. Increasingly, people making those decisions are line-of-business buyers, and how they purchase technology continues to...

Get personalised help at the Solutions Workspace

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Say you’re a partner that specializes in Microsoft Dynamics 365, but you want to branch out to also develop on Microsoft Azure. Over time you’ve learned how to navigate the Dynamics 365 site, but Azure is all new. How do you find the right training,...

Microsoft Asks 2019 Partner Award Hopefuls To Step Forward

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  Entries for the 12th annual Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards are now open. All Microsoft partners are invited to enter the awards, which celebrate organisations who have empowered customers through the inventive use of Microsoft...

A Resource to Help Foster Responsible Innovation with AI in Manufacturing

It’s hard to imagine an area of technology that holds more promise than artificial intelligence right now. But as it becomes more pervasive in our business solutions, so too do the ethical, societal, and policy considerations that come with it. In...

To Stay Relevant in the Modern Marketplace, Don’t Skimp on Social

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Not a salesperson. There’s no joke here, just an attempt to convey what we all know in 2019 — sales doesn’t work like it used to. Not only are direct-to-consumer avenues like door-to-door canvassing and...

Our shared responsibility for AI

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The expanding use of artificial intelligence raises important questions about the relationship between people and technology, and the impact of the new capabilities on individuals and communities. We struggled with privacy issues and fraud in the early...

What makes a great AI partner – Part 3

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Article originally written by Scott Emigh. Find him on LinkedIn here. In this final post on overcoming the major challenges to becoming a great AI partner, we’ll address how the condition of a customers’ data estate can be a serious blocker to AI,...

What makes a great AI partner – Part 2

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Article originally written by Scott Emigh. Find him on LinkedIn here. In this second post on overcoming the major challenges to becoming a great Artificial Intelligence (AI) partner, we’ll address gaining leadership buy-in and commitment to AI. If you...