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Unigma March 2017 Features - Office365, CSP Billing, Cost Insights, Autotask Integration
Wednesday, March 15th 2017 by Kirill Bensonoff
Folks, So many of you have been patiently waiting for these features, and they are finally here. Unigma is now one step closer to its’ mission, which is to help make cloud simple. In the March release, we are simplifying billing with these awesome features. ☑ Office365 and CSP Billing We now support Office365 license-based billing, … Continue reading March 2017 Release – Office365, CSP Billing, Cost Insights, Autotask Integration Continue Reading
Wednesday, January 18th 2017 by Kirill Bensonoff
As you probably know, Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider Program (CSP) enables partners to sell cloud services with direct resell, provision, billing, and also to provide support capabilities. In the Direct CSP model, you own the billing relationship with your customers, this is why: 1. You set the payment terms that are most appropriate for your business … Continue reading Bill for Azure CSP Continue Reading
Turning Azure Into Gold
Friday, November 04th 2016 by Kirill Bensonoff
On November 3, 2016, Kirill Bensonoff, Unigma Founder, hosted a webinar on Turning Azure into Gold. Some of the topics covered were the Current Market Conditions, Service Opportunities with Azure, Margin and Billing, How to Build a Profitable Managed Service, Tools, and next steps. The webinar is available in the video below, and the PDF … Continue reading Turning Azure Into Gold – How to Build a Recurring Revenue Stream in Microsoft Azure Continue Reading
3 Ways You Can Use Azure for Disaster Recovery
Friday, October 28th 2016 by Kirill Bensonoff
Business continuity is essential for any company. A good disaster recovery plan is the best way to ensure that it is only a minor bump instead of putting the future of your business at risk. One of Azure’s many fantastic features is that it can get you ready for disaster recovery. Disaster recovery isn’t just … Continue reading 3 Ways You Can Use Azure for Disaster Recovery Continue Reading