Data Loss Prevention helps businesses follow industry regulations and protect sensitive information. It also prevents inadvertent disclosure. Sensitive information that you need to prevent leaking outside your organization includes financial data, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, or health records. With a DLP policy, you can identify, track, and protect sensitive information across Office 365.
As of October 1, 2016, you will no longer earn the Sell and Accelerator incentives for these solutions as a Microsoft Partner of Record (POR). That’s right. Microsoft is pulling the plug.
Think about it. With a plain offer, made only of the same Office 365 plans Microsoft sells directly to the customers, why would a customer come to you or stick with you when they get the same from other providers or directly with Microsoft? Making more money through the CSP program requires you to fully rethink your strategy. Let’s have a look to 5 simple ways that can help you thrive as an Office 365 reseller.
Let’s face it. Migrating data from an Exchange Server to Office 365 is a complex process. No matter which method you choose, you’ll have to do a lot of planning and you’ll have to be ready for bumps along the way. So talk to your clients. Find out what kind of data they want to migrate and how much time they’re willing to spend on moving it to Office 365. Once you have the answer to these questions, you’ll have a better idea of which migration method will be the best solution for their business.
If you’re an MSP reselling Office 365, your biggest challenge is getting to market before the competition. Your clients are asking about Office 365 every day and if you’re not ready to sell it, they’ll find someone who is. You’ve probably heard about the new Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) program and how it lets you set your own prices and profit margins for reselling Office 365.