As a provider of managed cloud services, you’re challenged to administer and secure large numbers of customer tenants and users. Each tenant is likely to use multiple SaaS applications, so the administration job can get very complicated very fast. As your customer base grows, the native SaaS application management tools available from ISVs simply don’t keep up. ISVs are accustomed to each organization managing its own SaaS deployment, so they developed their SaaS administration tools without cloud service
So it’s been about 2 months since Microsoft Inspire 2018. I have to say that I thought this event was one of Microsoft’s better ones! Personally, I think Vegas is a good spot for conferences like this. For one, the access to hotels are endless, which makes it pretty easy for everyone traveling to the event. Also, you have so many good options today for dining in Vegas. They have really stepped up their game in this area.
You’re nearing the end of migrating a population of users to Office 365. You’ve moved mailbox data from your on-premise Exchange environment to Exchange Online. You’ve synchronized your user identities to Office 365. Now, to connect user identities to their migrated mailboxes, you have to assign mailbox licenses and any other required attributes to your synchronized users. This is where administration can get prohibitively task-intensive and costly if you’re faced with migrating multiple tenants, more than 500 users,
Microsoft is a fundamental force in nearly every business around the world. The company’s pervasiveness attracts some 20,000 attendees to the Microsoft Inspire partner conference each year alone. Everyone is eager to see what’s on the Microsoft roadmap. As Microsoft partners, we all want to dovetail with the company’s plans and help businesses of all sizes get the most from their Microsoft products and services. That’s why we’ll be demonstrating the Nuvolex SaaS application management platform at Inspire