Stay up to date on the latest happenings in the cloud!
Interested in more technical content? Make sure to check out our Tech Blog then.
Nordcloud, Europe’s fastest growing public cloud provider and the Nordic market-leader has teamed up with Microsoft to boost the spread of AI across the continent.
This week, Nordcloud sponsored Microsoft's Future Decoded in London's Excel. This was our first time exhibiting at the event, and the two days there gave us the opportunity to speak to and meet other Azure Cloud experts, as well as influencers in the Microsoft community. The main events were perhaps the keynotes at the start of each day, allowing us an insight into up and coming innovations and trends within the business.
Cloud computing is often viewed as a trend which is fully utilized by pioneers or early adaptors. That statement is very overdue. Experienced cloud experts Nordcloud and Microsoft have helped companies to lift their whole IT infrastructure to the cloud since 2012.
Managed services have traditionally helped companies by taking the daily work of maintaining business critical workloads out of IT department's hands. With the next generation MSP's (Managed Service Providers) you get more than that. With the right partner, implementing Managed Services for your Public Cloud you are actually allowing your business to take a step to the next level in terms of agility and time to market for new innovations.
Nordcloud is now a Gold Partner for Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Platform. This is the highest attainable partnership level and is earned after achieving the defined competency requirements.
Nordcloud's European expansion continues with the opening of our newest office in Amsterdam. We caught up with Bart Bijman, our Netherlands Country Manager, to hear his thoughts on the cloud, the biggest IT challenges facing organisations in the region, and his first experiences of life at Nordcloud.
Are you considering moving part or all of your infrastructure to the cloud, but have reservations? Perhaps you are there already but aren't getting the benefits you were expecting.
Then maybe, you've missed a step.