Azure—Azure is Microsoft's application platform for the public cloud. As application development moves more and more toward hosted applications and services, Microsoft has developed a premier infrastructure to support enterprise cloud application development.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM—Customer relationship management (CRM) can help reduce costs and increase profitability by organizing and automating business processes that nurture customer satisfaction and loyalty. Dynamics delivers a holistic view of each customer that enables client-facing employees to make expedited and educated decisions about strategic efforts in the sales, marketing and customer service fields.
Microsoft Exchange—Built to deliver the enterprise-grade security and reliability that businesses require, Microsoft Exchange provides e-mail, calendar and contacts on your PC, phone and web browser.
Microsoft Virtualization | Hyper-V—We offers a full set of certification paths & training courses for Hyper V, System Center Virtual Machine Manager & Remote Desktop Services.
Microsoft Cloud—Communication, security, reliability, storage and desktop management: it's all in the Cloud. Microsoft offers the benefits of the Cloud with the familiarity of Microsoft applications that users, developers, IT professionals and executives already know and trust. Develop your expertise in one of these Microsoft Cloud-computing products, with training and certification from us.
Skype for Business—Lync is now Skype for Business, a communications and collaboration platform that brings together an experience inspired by Skype with the enterprise-grade security, compliance, and control of Lync.
Office 365—From a single easy-to-manage portal, administrators can manage every aspect of their business using familiar tools—such as SharePoint On-Line, Exchange On-line and Skype for Business—to provide users with an easy-to-use, collaborative platform with no costs for expensive equipment or infrastructure.
Microsoft Windows Server—Windows Server redefines the server category, delivering hundreds of new features and enhancements spanning virtualization, networking, storage, user experience, cloud computing, automation and more.
Microsoft Windows 10—Windows 10 has arrived, and for organizations and their employees, this latest OS may very well become Microsoft's greatest platform ever. Windows 10 is not only more familiar from a user standpoint, but it also includes so much of what businesses need.
Microsoft SharePoint—The SharePoint platform, which includes SharePoint Designer, SharePoint Foundation, SharePoint Online, SharePoint Server & SharePoint Workspace, provides a central location for document and information storage. This reduces duplication, increases accuracy and makes collaborative working simpler and more efficient.
Microsoft SQL Server—SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) from Microsoft that's designed for the enterprise environment. As a database, it is a software product whose primary function is to store and retrieve data as requested by other software applications: those on the same computer or those running on another computer across a network (including the cloud).
Microsoft System Center—Microsoft System Center is an integrated management platform that helps you to easily and efficiently manage your datacenters, client devices and hybrid cloud IT environments. It's the only platform to offer comprehensive management of applications, services, physical resources, hypervisors, software defined networks, configuration and automation in a single offering.
Microsoft Visual Studio—Visual Studio is an integrated environment that helps simplify the entire development process—from design to deployment. If you are a developer or tester, unleash your creativity with powerful prototyping, modeling and design tools that help bring your vision to life.