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Microsoft Cloud: Can You Really Afford to Fail?

I’ll be hosting a webinar on April 21 at 11 am ET entitled, “Microsoft Cloud: Can You Really Afford to Fail?” Below is some more information on the event. Be sure to register and bring any questions you’d like answered!

Microsoft Cloud: Can You Really Afford to Fail?

In it’s simplest form, the Microsoft Cloud is like a puzzle. Once you get an edge started you can build it out from there. But you need the picture on the box to understand the whole structure.

In this special Microsoft Cloud webinar, we will help you complete the first corner, then the remaining corners, and then the border. It will be up to you to fill in the center. But we promise you this will be a good start.

More specifically, we will provide answers to common Microsoft Cloud questions such as:

We’ll highlight the pitfalls to avoid that will enable you to successfully embrace the Microsoft Cloud in your environment.

Date: April 21, 2016

Time: 11:00am-12:00pm ET

Register here!

By David Barter, Practice Manager of Microsoft Technologies

David Barter.

David Barter

Ad GreenPages’ Microsoft Technologies Practice Manager, David builds the Microsoft brand and technology solutions with GreenPages’ customers. He has managed the professional services work and engineers at GreenPages, worked to build the go-to-market strategy for Microsoft, and fostered a strong and deep relationship with Microsoft and the Microsoft ecosystem, setting GreenPages apart as the leading Microsoft Partner in the Northeast and Southeast. David has vast experience across many IT roles, starting from the days of mainframe and Windows for Work Group leading up to the cutting-edge experiences with Microsoft Public Cloud (M365, D365, Azure and Power Platform). Having spent time leading many organizations in Sales leadership, Services leadership, and customer-specific CIO roles, David brings a wealth of cross vertical experiences to each customer interaction. Personally, David builds custom street rods (ask him about his latest project called “1BadPenny”) and has a background as a professional restaurateur and chef as well as a long career as a home builder and carpenter which he tries to fit in as much as he can.