INFINIT joins Gridstore Partner Program

LEADING CLOUD SERVICES PROVIDER INFINIT CONSULTING JOINS GRIDSTORE ACCELERATE PARTNER PROGRAM Tier 1 Cloud Champion & Microsoft Northwest Partner of the Year Chooses Gridstore to Expand Practices for Tier 1 Microsoft Cloud Services Mountain View, Calif. – October 22, 2015, Gridstore®, the leader in hyper-converged all flash infrastructure for the Microsoft Cloud-Inspired Data Center today announced […]

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INFNIT Consulting Launches Cloud Marketplace

Cloud Marketplace

San Jose, CA – September 24, 2015 INFINIT Consulting today announced it has launched a new online store as a part of the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program to sell INFINIT and Microsoft cloud services side by side directly to consumers. The Cloud Solution Provider program enables INFINIT to directly manage the entire Microsoft cloud […]

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Jerod Powell Quoted on CRN.com

Have you heard of Microsoft’s new “Bug Bounty Program”? CRN.com reported this week on Microsoft’s new program offering to pay security researchers $500 or more for finding serious vulnerabilities in Office 365 Cloud Apps. Jerod Powell, INFINIT’s CEO, was quoted about the benefits of the Bug Bounty. Rather than being interested in the reward itself, […]

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INFINIT Featured in Microsoft Blog Series

We’re in the spotlight again! Microsoft is in the midst of a 5-part Cloud Profitability blog series and tackles the topic of “generating leads for your cloud solutions” in their most recent post. The series, written by Burke Fewel, Microsoft Director of Partner Capability Development Management, not only covers the basics of generating new sales, […]

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Internet Outage Last Week? Blame 512k

Starting earlier this week, reports of Internet outages started rolling in. Internet outages happen, but unlike most outages, which happen at random, this one was predicted by IT professionals since 2007. Why? Because a numerical limit of 512k. Starting on August 12, multiple Internet routers encountered their default software limit of 524,288 (aka 512k) IPv4 […]

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