From companies that see cloud computing as a way to minimise costs, to organisations that have realised cloud computing provides critical elements to support business agility, it is safe to say that cloud has revolutionised the way the world works.
But this is no surprise to the New Zealand ICT environment, which has been leading the world in cloud adoption.
Yet, despite this environment-wide trend, there are still companies operating in the more traditional spaces that are ripe for the cloud transition but have not advanced into it.
Dicker Data New Zealand’s CloudCast series aims to alleviate reseller pain and improve cloud uptake among their customers.
Episode 2 of the series – presented by Dicker Data’s CSP Business Development Manager, Josh te Hira – focuses on telephony via the cloud. In particular, how to consolidate and deliver voice, IM, and presence through a single solution like Skype for Business, as well as covering the pathways to deliver Skype for Business Voice while PSTN Calling plans are still unavailable in New Zealand.
Josh Te Hira is tasked with making the transition to Microsoft CSP as easy as possible for Dicker Data partners, as well as the continual development of Dicker Data’s tools and systems to help partners be successful and achieve profitable outcomes.