Why this MSP is cutting ties with existing customers as it shifts to Microsoft CSP model

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Why this MSP is cutting ties with existing customers as it shifts to Microsoft CSP model

Alexandria-based MSP Ciracom has had to 'learn how to say no' to customers in radical shift to cloud

Alexandria, VA-based MSP Ciracom is hitting 44 per cent growth annually in cloud services after becoming a direct Microsoft cloud services provider (CSP) around two and a half years ago. That's according to the firm's president, Amy Rutt, who described joining Microsoft as a tier-one CSP as a "great decision". She said Ciracom is now hitting approximately three percent growth in cloud services each month. Over the next twelve months, she projects Ciracom's cloud services business with Microsoft...

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