Microsoft and Chambers Ireland Partner to Push Companies to the Cloud

The Redmond-based firm wants to show everyone the advantages of cloud-based services

  Microsoft wants companies to try out its cloud-based services
Microsoft Ireland and Chambers Ireland have just announced a new partnership supposed to help small companies across the country understand the advantages of cloud-based services.

Microsoft Ireland and Chambers Ireland have just announced a new partnership supposed to help small companies across the country understand the advantages of cloud-based services.

With Microsoft focusing a lot more on this kind of technologies, encouraging small and medium businesses around the world to have a look at its products is a priority.

And together with Chambers, Microsoft is planning to set up a road show to demonstrate everyone that moving to cloud-based technologies is a key step to grow their businesses.

“SMEs are overloaded with information, but by bringing expert technology and advice to where these businesses operate we believe that we can help Irish SMEs to evaluate whether cloud is a real option for them and can significantly reduce costs and increase productivity and growth,” Martin Cullen, director of Microsoft's small and medium business group in Ireland, said.

The first event will be held in Ennis on February 6, with similar conferences in Cork, Sligo, Wexford, Dublin and Drogheda to be announced at a later date.

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