…Oxford Computer Group are the premier for solution-providing in identity management. Their reputation and the technical expertise that they bring; they’re the leader, they’re the obvious choice.
Oxford Computer Group enables your business to be efficient and competitive through innovative identity management, identity-driven security, and identity governance solutions.
For over a decade, we have been harnessing the power of digital identity to protect organizations’ data, realize cloud strategies, and maintain compliance.
Combining deep understanding of business processes and wide-ranging expertise of implementing enabling technologies from Microsoft and other partners, we can make your vision a reality.
Award-winning identity solutions
We are a Microsoft Gold Partner, and have won Microsoft’s Partner of the Year Award 8 times, most recently in 2018, and been finalists 6 times. We offer consistent, high quality, creative and efficient IT solutions.
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Case study: Hearst Communications
Microsoft EM+S in the Azure cloud transforms Hearst into a centralized, cloud-first, mobile-first digital enterprise
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