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Microsoft Flow: Create and Manage Automated Workflows Between Your Apps and Services

Microsoft Flow: Create and Manage Automated Workflows Between Your Apps and Services

Microsoft turns the growing SaaS landscape into opportunity with Microsoft Flow - a free, simple to use way to connect the apps and services organizations rely on the most. This new automation tool extracts the full value of an organization’s applications and services by connecting them with the routine tasks and processes they use. The result is a fully automated and completely customizable workflow that runs in the background.

Microsoft Flow offers an automated workflow solution in just a few steps. With new additions every week, Microsoft Flow currently connects to over 30 applications and services, including Salesforce, Dropbox, and Google.  Microsoft continues to expand this list regularly.

Microsoft Flow Offers Easy Integration for Simple and Complex Tasks

In just a few clicks, Microsoft Flow can integrate applications and services with nearly any user defined task. And, Microsoft offers over 100 prebuilt Flow templates to get an automated workflow up and running fast. Building more complex automated workflows is just as simple with Microsoft’s easy to use visual Flow editor. Users identify the tasks and processes they wish to automate, connect to the required services and applications, and Microsoft Flow does the rest.

Here are some examples: 

  • Create Wunderlist tasks for important emails
  • Save Tweets that include a specific hashtag to a SharePoint list for review
  • Get daily reminders in email
  • Automatically translate foreign language emails
  • Copy events from a Google calendar to a 365 calendar

This new automation tool is free and open to anyone with work, school, or personal Microsoft accounts. Sign up today to automate your workflow and accomplish more in the same amount of time.  

Build a Flow today.  


Interlink can help you determine which scenarios would make the most sense for your situation. 
Please contact us today for assistance! 

 

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Interlink Cloud Advisors Named One of Microsoft's Top 200 U.S. Partners

Interlink included in Redmond Channel Partner Magazine RCP 200 List


rcp top200CINNCINNATI, OHIO | Redmond Channel Partner magazine announced today the inclusion of Interlink Cloud Advisors, a leading System Integrator for Microsoft's cloud solutions, in their RCP 200 - a list of the top 200 Microsoft partners in the United States.

The list of Microsoft partners selected in the RCP 200 are the strongest in the U.S. and can help those companies looking for a Microsoft partner figure out who the best are. The companies included range from partners who produce massive revenues in Microsoft practices that reach across Microsoft's technology stack to much smaller companies that possess a deep expertise in Microsoft technology. Interlink’s listed technology focus is the Cloud.

"Based on our 11 years of experience covering the Microsoft ecosystem, we've named companies to the RCP 200 that have demonstrated a laser focus on Microsoft technology and a strong commitment to providing great value for their customers," said Scott Bekker, Editor-in-Chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine, the leading channel publication for the Microsoft partner community.

“Interlink Cloud Advisors is extremely honored and excited to be a part of this high quality group of companies featured in the RCP 200 this year!” stated Matt Scherocman, President of Interlink Cloud Advisors. “This listing is a validation of our deep commitment and dedication to helping businesses take advantage of the economics, flexibility and extensibility of the Microsoft platform.”

The article and complete list are available in the June issue of Redmond Channel Partner magazine and on RCPmag.com at https://rcpmag.com/articles/2016/06/01/top-us-microsoft-partners.aspx .

 


 

About Interlink Cloud Advisors
Interlink Cloud Advisors partners with their clients to understand how technology can be utilized to reach business goals and leverage the cloud’s extraordinary economics. They help their clients evaluate which workloads make sense to migrate to the cloud and ensure that the timing is right. Keeping current on new technical, business and licensing offerings as well as Microsoft funding programs, Interlink is able to create return on investment models that work in the real world. Interlink then helps deliver the ROI by executing on the actual migration or upgrade including project planning, tenant creation, identity management, data migration, training, and support. Learn more at http://www.interlink.com.

About Redmond Channel Partner
Redmond Channel Partner (RCP) is an independent advocate for Microsoft partners, including solution providers, managed services providers (MSPs), hosters, cloud partners and independent software vendors (ISVs). https://rcpmag.com

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Microsoft Awards Interlink Cloud Advisors For Top Consumption Use of Office 365

Top Consumption Award

Pictured from left to right: Mike Rocco, General Manager, Microsoft CAM, Rajeev Perera, Partner Strategy and Solutions Director, Amy Rigert, Managed Partner Sales Director, Jim Dietrich, General Manager, Microsoft CTM, Mike Wilson, Managing Consultant, Interlink, Matt Scherocman, President, Interlink, Ervin Flores, General Manager, Managed Partners, Microsoft, Chris Chris Sakalosky, Vice President, Central Region Corporate Accounts, Microsoft, Jennifer Heard, Vice President, WW Corporate Account and Partner Sales at Microsoft


Microsoft presented Interlink Cloud Advisors with the FY15 Top Consumption Award in the Heartland District during Microsoft’s PeopleCentral Conference FY16, which was held in Chicago, Illinois on August 26-27, 2015. 

The Top Consumption Award was awarded to the one partner within the Heartland District that drove the greatest client usage of Office 365. Microsoft’s Heartland District is comprised of over 2,000 Microsoft partners throughout Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee, so this was quite an honor for Interlink. Through their ongoing and consistent effort around driving Office 365, Interlink has been able and continues to help their clients get the most return on investment out of Office 365. They show their clients the value of utilizing Office 365's bundled powerful and strategic components like Skype for Business, Yammer, focused SharePoint sites, OneDrive, and pair that with training and O365 support.

top consumption award 

“Interlink’s goal is not just to migrate users to Office 365. We want to show our clients how to get real value from their Office 365 investment by going beyond basic emailing and file sharing. By demonstrating how to tap into the power of the platform, our clients get the most out of Office 365 and utilize more of the tools it has to offer,” explains Matt Scherocman, President of Interlink. "This, in turn, drives consumption."

Learn how Interlink can help you get the most out of your Office 365 investment. Contact us Today! 

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Matt Scherocman

Mobile Device Management Options

Mobile Device Management Options

 

Mobile Device Management or MDM is a headache for all IT departments who allow mobile devices to connect and sync company information.  The issues of protecting company data and information become even worse in today's "bring your own device" world, employees want the ability to use their own personal devices for both business and personal use. How does IT manage the balance between company security and end user efficiency?  Many find the balance by utilizing an MDM tool.    

Microsoft has moved into MDM space these past several years; early on with Exchange ActiveSync, later with the development of the InTune solution, and now with Office 365.

There are some key differences between how each service manages your mobile devices. They are outlined in the provided chart above, but we will also give more specifics below.

 


 

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What is Microsoft's Service Level Agreement?

Microsoft offers a financially backed 99.9% service uptime guarantee for Office 365. "Uptime" is the amount of time a cloud-based service is available to the user and this translates to about 8 hours of downtime per year.

A full copy of their Service Level Agreement (SLA) can be found here.

While Microsoft offers an industry-leading guarantee for their service, they have actually exceeded their promise in the past fiscal year.  In Fiscal Year 2013 (June 2012-July 2013), Microsoft's actual worldwide uptime was an astounding 99.98%, 99.98%, 99.97%, 99.94% and 99.97% per quarter for the service.

Furthermore, Microsoft is committed to maintaining transparency and discloses quarterly uptime numbers (as well as a variety privacy and security information) on their Office 365 Trust Center website.

To Download Microsoft's SLA, please see: Microsoft Service Level Agreement (SLA)

To see the worldwide uptime visit the Office 365 Trust Center

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