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Azure Partner Roundup: Digital identity; Methane emissions; Advanced specialization

by MSCN Reporter
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Imprivata offers new digital identity options for Azure, Duke Energy teams up with Microsoft and Accenture on methane emissions, and WatServ receives advanced specializations.

Canadian company receives advanced specialization in Windows Server and SQL Server migration

Watserv, a Toronto-based company, announced that it has received an advanced specialization in "Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure." Earlier this year, in May, the company received an advanced specialization for Azure Virtual Desktop.

"This is the second advanced specialization that our team has earned from Microsoft in the past few months. Demanding and prestigious, the specialization confirms our proficiency – both from a technical and process standpoint – when it comes to cloud migration and optimization. We're committed to enabling modern, high-value cloud technology solutions for our clients and this is another way we're demonstrating that," said WatServ's CEO, Dave Lacey, in a statement.

"The Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure advanced specialization highlights the partners who can be viewed as most capable when it comes to migrating Windows-based workloads over to Azure. WatServ clearly demonstrated that they have both the skills and the experience to offer clients a path to successful migration so that they can start enjoying the benefits of being in the cloud," stated Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Solutions, Channel Sales and Channel Chief at Microsoft.

Imprivata offers new digital identity options for Azure

Imprivata, a Massachusetts-based healthcare digital identity company, announced the availability of its OneSign and Confirm ID offerings for Azure. The two offerings allow secure access to on-prem and SAML 2.0 apps, identity proofing, and recordkeeping to meet DEA requirements. The company has an existing partnership with Microsoft that integrates its Healtchare Seamless SSO with Azure.

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