Signal Alliance, a leading system integrator, today announced the launch of a new product called CloudGo built on the Microsoft cloud platform and targeted at small and medium scale businesses.

CloudGo comprises of digital workplace tools bundled with managed support. The value delivered by this solution is the power to engage customers, reduced cost on IT infrastructure, enhanced collaboration and improved productivity.

L-R: Uchechi Nwaukwa, Chief Technology Officer, Signal Alliance; Bode Fagbemi, Director, Business Development, Signal Alliance; Bright Ubamadu, Product Manager, CSP(Cloud Solutions Provider), at the CloudGo launch for SMEs.

According to Uchechi Nwaukwa, Chief Technology Officer, Signal Alliance, “Huge investment in IT Infrastructure, upgrade challenges, data protection and security, disaster recovery form the core of major challenges faced by SMEs. Hence, an efficient and secure solution that enhances the way employees communicate, collaborate and scale innovate solutions for the business, becomes an inevitable need.”

In addition, CloudGo users can benefit from Microsoft services, tools, methodologies to determine the business direction and implement communication, collaboration, and data-based services that can change the way your employees work together.

Also, Cloud migration, adoption and on-boarding training, consumption analytics dashboard, managed support and cyber assessment are all managed support services bundled in CloudGo to provide a robust modern digital workplace for businesses.

To register for cloudGo, Click here: https://bit.ly/2Gz4Zp1

About Signal Alliance

Signal Alliance is a leading systems integrator with over 20 years’ experience in sub-Saharan Africa. A multiple Microsoft gold partner and services some of the largest Microsoft customers in Nigeria, supporting some of the critical applications that have made Microsoft the number one software company in the world.

 

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