Cloud News

Ingram Micro GCIS 2023: The Coolest Exhibitors

Wade Tyler Millward

Microsoft, AWS, UiPath and CoreStack were among the standout exhibitors at Ingram Micro GCIS 2023.


Microsoft was on site at GCIS 2023 to promote offerings around Azure, business applications, Surface and connected workplaces.

The Redmond, Wash.-based tech giant’s GCIS appearance came amid a slew of updates for various Microsoft offerings.

The vendor introduced an early access, paid preview program for its Microsoft 365 Copilot generative artificial intelligence (AI) offering for 600 enterprise customers.

Microsoft also announced new AI tools for Cloud for Nonprofit, including the Viva Sales AI Copilot, fundraising goal forecasting and the ability to identify donor donation likelihood.

Recent Azure updates include the general availability (GA) of Azure Center for SAP, Azure Monitor for SAP, new geospatial analysis capabilities in Azure Data Explorer and policy analytics for Azure Firewall.

Recently launched public previews include Azure Container Storage, according to the vendor.

Microsoft has about 400,000 channel partners worldwide, according to CRN’s 2023 Channel Chiefs.

Wade Tyler Millward

Wade Tyler Millward is an associate editor covering cloud computing and the channel partner programs of Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Oracle, Salesforce, Citrix and other cloud vendors. He can be reached at

Sponsored Post


Advertisement exit