Speed, system and cost efficiency, agility and productivity in SMEs are software defined thanks to Azure’s pay-as-you-grow capabilities. By First Distribution - Natasha Bezuidenhout
Azure offers businesses the same support and enterprise-level technology as Fortune 500 companies, but at a pay-as-you-grow rate and access. By First Distribution Many businesses launch with a founder and their laptop, and possibly one or two employees.
SMEs have historically been more susceptible to cyber-attacks than enterprise-level businesses. This is all changing – thanks to Azure, your one stop Cloud Platform. By First Distribution Many global companies across the world are accelerating their
South Africa ranks sixth on the list of most targeted countries for cyberattacks, and world-wide SMEs are considered most vulnerable to breach attacks. Affordable cyber protection is essential. By First Distribution The global Cyber Exposure Index ranks
Cloud resellers are often faced with business discussions where the customer isn’t sure if they’re ready for digitally transforming their businesses. Here are five ways to build customer value and secure deals. By First Distribution – Natasha Bezuidenhout
Local Microsoft Data centres will change the game for Azure resellers, who can now offer enterprise-grade reliability and performance with local data residency.
First Distribution, Africa’s leading Cloud distributor and Microsoft Indirect Provider, is offering cash- back incentives to Azure resellers. 25 February 2019 – First Distribution is giving resellers even more of a reason to sell Azure by providing
When RSA Group needed to build greater real-time collaboration capabilities across an organization with hundreds of employees, it turned to iSSC to find a solution that was stable, available, cost-effective and understood that in the world of fresh
Kaspersky Lab’s new programme empowers resellers to drive success. Kaspersky United partner programme for resellers offered by First Distribution provides unprecedented rewards and drives true success.
In 2017, 59% of South African companies attributed weaknesses in their IT security strategy to the careless actions of employees. * With staff training seen as an important way to reduce cybersecurity incidents, finding the most efficient approach