Every organization, sooner or later, will become aware that running a large portion of their IT portfolio – perhaps even the majority of it – in the cloud makes sense from a variety of perspectives. Many of these organizations, though, don’t know when, where, and how to begin their cloud migration discussions.
During this webinar, we will discuss many of the factors to consider as you evaluate a move to the cloud. Specifically, we will explore the Microsoft Azure platform and the technology solutions and capabilities it provides – including Microsoft Dynamics 365, Azure IoT, Mobile Apps, Machine Learning, and more.
Over the years, Microsoft has been criticized for not producing solutions and products that are innovative. There have been complaints that the technology giant lags behind the competition. However, the past several years have put many of those complaints to rest. Microsoft has adopted a “cloud first, mobile first” strategy that has resulted in cutting-edge solutions.
Microsoft’s business platform now outshines the competition. Read on to learn how Microsoft is leading the pack, and how its solutions can help you.
What is the cloud? Everyone’s heard of it. We all use it in some way. But how do you define it?
Many think of “the cloud” as an abstract invisible place up in the sky – but in reality, it is just a type of computing where individuals and devices rely on a third party to manage their data and computer processing through the internet. Instead of all the computer hardware and software sitting on your desktop or somewhere inside your company’s network, this is now provided as a service over the internet.
Microsoft Azure’s rebranding in March 2014 represented a new strategic approach for Microsoft – it vigorously embraced the cloud and publicly proclaimed that the cloud was the future of computing. Since then, Azure has continued to gain attention in the media and amongst analysts.
What makes Azure stand out? Read on to learn about its features and what differentiates it from the competition.
When it comes to managing IT for your business, you can never have too much help.
The shift to the cloud and outsourced IT functions (and even entire IT departments) has massively increased over the past several years. Executives now expect even higher productivity – at lower costs – from their IT investments. They are determined to find ways that will enable the organization to get out of the Data Center business and instead focus on their core competencies and strategic goals.