The Anatomy of a True Partnership
The word “Partnership” is described as an agreement to cooperate and advance mutual interests. It’s a simple term but one that is often overused, and in most cases, unbalanced. As we grow-up and mature into our business lives, having trust in individuals and organizations has helped shape our thinking, personalities and reactions. It’s the level of confidence you place in others that drives the development of a true partnership.
For example, Mimecast is in a partnership with HP, and this week, we see the start of HP Discover in Las Vegas. Every attendee at this show will be in a partnership with HP in some form – a supplier, a task facilitator, or an extension to their existing IT team. The reasons why Mimecast choose to work with HP is to assist our joint customers.
If this sounds like a sales pitch, remember that I don’t work for HP, but I do understand the genuine value they bring as a partner.
The HP-Mimecast partnership is evolving with the market opportunity – for example, you might think that your email is working just fine on that old Windows Server 2003. But you know that Microsoft will no longer be supporting this after July. So now is a crucial time for IT teams to decide which vendors to partner with to make a change. Whether your final destination is Microsoft Exchange 2013 or Office 365, HP is there to guide you through the process, and is best partnered with Mimecast’s 100 percent uptime SLA on email availability and security to protect your company’s essential communication stream.
Regardless of where you are at on your journey, we hope you can drop by Mimecast booth #3533 at HP Discover to find out how we can help reduce your risk and support you when migrating to Office 365 or Exchange and see how we’re working together with HP as true partners.