This follows a partnership between the global software and hardware giant Microsoft and Econet owned Liquid inked last year for the selling of Microsoft cloud products.
“Liquid Telecom together with Microsoft invites you to this unique event to learn and explore what the Azure Cloud means for African business. Join us as we explore topics like digital transformation, cloud trends, cyber security and its impact in the cloud, among many others,” read an invite sent to TechnoMag.
Liquid told TechnoMag that for the first time they will serve businesses of all sizes in the country with cloud services and products, such as Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Office 365, Enterprise Mobility Suite and Windows 10.
“Benefits of Office 365 include mobility, reliability – 99% uptime guarantee, affordability and business Plan monthly subscriptions.”
Liquid added that clients will enjoy Office on up to 5PCs or Macs per user (supported on smartphones & tablets) as well as file storage and sharing – 1TB per user.
Collaboration tools such as SharePoint, Skype for Business, Teams, Yammer will also be on offer.
On the mailing side, business Class Email of up to 50GB, 150MB mail size, spam & malware protection will be on offer while an always up to date, Low maintenance / support costs system will also be provided.
“We will also offer Active Directory Integration Cost-effective, high-quality links into European-based Azure clouds (Azure ExpressRoute).
“Greater reliability, faster speeds, lower latencies and higher security than standard connections over the internet (Azure ExpressRoute).”