Netsurit recognised as provider of secure, cloud-driven solutions that support remote productivity in a reshaped world. Johannesburg, 20 November – Netsurit today announced it has earned the Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop advanced specialisation, a validation of a partner’s deep knowledge, extensive experience and expertise in deploying, scaling and securing virtual desktop infrastructure on Azure. Only partners that meet stringent criteria around customer success and staff skilling, as well as pass a third-party audit of their Windows Virtual Desktop technical practices, are able to earn the Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop advanced specialisation. Supporting secure remote work for employees is more critical than ever. Windows Virtual Desktop is a Microsoft solution that seamlessly integrates with other Microsoft products and allows customers to implement virtual desktops in a scalable, secure, and cost-effective way. Partners with validated capabilities in implementing Windows Virtual Desktop can help customers deploy and navigate the licensing efficiencies it offers to deliver the solution that is most efficient for their organisation. “Netsurit has extensive experience with Microsoft WVD, from early private releases,” says Hud Krause, Professional Services Executive at Netsurit. “We have deployed the solution at several customer sites of different types and sizes, and met a variety of technical and business requirements during the last few months. We are hugely impressed with its capabilities. This is going to become a major focus for Netsurit, especially having it delivered out of local Microsoft Datacentres. COVID-19 has accelerated the adoption of this solution as a means of delivering a secure, modern ‘work from home’ desktop environment to thousands of customers worldwide, and South Africa has been no exception. Netsurit has 13 Gold Microsoft competencies. When Microsoft announced the Microsoft WVD Advanced specialisation, the company jumped at the opportunity to apply and undergo the required audit. “The accreditation process was stringent, and we passed with flying colours,” says Krause. “The assessors put us through our paces and thoroughly checked the depth and quality of our product knowledge and track record of delivering WVD solutions. Achieving Advanced Specialisation validates our abilities and demonstrates the depth of our capabilities in this area to Microsoft and our clients. We look forward to the opportunity to implement more WVD solutions to tackle the most challenging requirements.” Krause says customers have been amazed at the speed and ease of implementing WVD. All the automation capabilities of Microsoft Azure are used to perform a template-based deployment far quicker than an equivalent on-premises implementation. Because applications and user settings are configured centrally, there is little need to touch end-user devices. “We developed standardised deployment methodologies and automation tools which enabled us to build large WVD infrastructures rapidly,” adds Krause. “With the time pressures due to COVID-19 lockdowns, we were able to perform large implementations very quickly, which our customers have appreciated.” With many customers not having a core technology focus in their business, they don’t always have the time, budget, human resources, or energy to rapidly take on the support and management of new services. This is a major challenge for many organisations when adopting cloud services such as Microsoft 365 and Azure. “It was for this reason that we implemented our Netsurit Security and Operations Centre (NSOC) to provide a comprehensive and cost-effective end-to-end management solution for cloud services,” says Krause. “We have incorporated a WVD management service into our NSOC where we will provide all the back end and end-user support an organisation needs for a WVD infrastructure. With the combination of the WVD resources in Azure, Microsoft 365 licensing, remote support via our NSOC and optional thin client device rental, we can provide a full end-user computing solution for less than R1000 per user, per month.” Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner (OCP) at Microsoft Corp. added, “The Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop advanced specialisation highlights the partners who can be viewed as most capable when it comes to deploying Windows Virtual Desktop in Azure. Netsurit clearly demonstrated that they have both the skills and the experience to offer clients a path to transition to desktop-as-a-service in a scalable, secure, and cost-effective way.” About Netsurit Established in 1995, Netsurit is a global company that provides Managed Services for organisations of all sizes -- whether you are starting up, building momentum, or going global. Our IT Consulting will take your technology strategy to the next level. Our Cloud Computing and Virtualisation will move you to a more dynamic infrastructure and our Information Security and Disaster Recovery will restore your systems and put you back in business fast. To find out more about our Windows Virtual Desktop offer, click here.
Talking business with Orrin Klopper isn’t as deeply business like as you might expect. Instead of discussing facts, figures, numbers and targets, he talks about dreams and happiness; of bucket lists and balanced lifestyles. “At the heart of our DNA is our basic cause supporting the dreams of the doers,” he says. For Netsurit, that means helping employees achieve their personal dreams and ambitions, and helping customers meet their broader business goals by taking care of their day-to-day IT operations.”
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This year, Mandela day was incredibly special as it is Tata’s centenary year and his legacy is monumental. We would like to thank Netsurit for choosing Afrika Tikkun as your charity and spending your day putting smiles on the faces of our young people.
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Netsurit has won the small business specialist of the year award for the second consecutive year. The annual MicrosoNetsurit has won the small business specialist of the year award for the second consecutive year. The annual Microsoft Partner Awards were held on 18 October 2011, in Durban. The purpose of the awards is to celebrate the successes of partner organizations within the Microsoft partner framework.ft Partner Awards were held on 18 October 2011, in Durban. The purpose of the awards is to celebrate the successes of partner organizations within the Microsoft partner framework.
South African based company, Netsurit, has ranked as one of the world’s top 100 managed service providers (MSP) by leading blogsite MSPmentor. More than 1 000 of the top MSPs worldwide entered and completed the survey, the largest number to date.
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