Daisy partners with Azure to 'reduce datacentre footprint'

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Daisy partners with Azure to 'reduce datacentre footprint'

Daisy announces plans to 'streamline its offering' following recent acquisitions

Daisy Group has announced a partnership with Microsoft Azure as part of plans to reshape its business and the services it offers to customers. The move will see Daisy Group move to the Microsoft Azure...

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