Microsoft Azure offers many opportunities for companies to either introduce cloud-based productivity to their business or organize and modernize their existing infrastructure. With a suite of services and virtual tools, it can change the way you work while adding a layer of efficiency and reliability that wasn’t available before.
But concluding that Azure is right for your business is just the first decision that leadership will make. You could purchase it for yourself and use in-house resources to set it up, test, monitor, troubleshoot, and expand when necessary. Or you could utilize a managed service provider and take advantage of Azure in the as-a-service model. While either choice offers the benefits of Microsoft Azure, utilizing the right MSP adds additional value that can benefit your company both now and in the future.
Here are some of the reasons why using a Managed Service Provider makes sense when implementing Microsoft Azure: