Quite rightly described by Microsoft, the multitude of offerings at Microsoft Graph’s disposal do justice to the statement, “The fabric for all your data.” In plain English, Microsoft Graph acts as a gateway that brings together the services, intelligence, and data offered by a company. It gives developers the luxury of using a unified programming model that harnesses the power of MS Cloud services like Intune, Office 365, Azure Active Directory, SharePoint, One Drive, and many more.
If you're a digital marketer, you must have heard about Azure managed hosting services.
Blockchain can be thought of as an open distributed ledger that can hold transaction records between multiple parties in a transparent and immutable way offering security and integrity to online transactions. Blockchain is now widely implemented in finance, supply chain, retail, digital media and various other industries.
Azure is one of the most popular cloud service providers today offering capabilities in three major categories - IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) & SaaS (Software as a Service). Migrating to a cloud platform such as Azure is in the IT road map of most if not all enterprises. Moving the software and workloads to Azure helps in driving productivity, reducing cost of operations, increasing scalability and ensuring high service availability. So how does an organization move to cloud? It does seem like a daunting process but with proper planning and strategy success can be ensured.
Be it in the financial services industry or other digitally-enabled verticals, organizations in the USA are readily implementing Azure, AI and Office 365 to achieve the next level of success. Most of them are in the transformational stages of migrating their in-house IT infrastructural capabilities to the cloud with the help of AI.
The modern world is growing at an exponential rate with new and updated applications hitting the market on a daily basis. The frequency of code deployment has changed from once in six months to numerous deployments in an hour. In a time of such fierce competition, it is essential for businesses to provide high-quality and efficient services to their users.
One of our long-time clients made the strategic decision to pilot Microsoft Azure to reduce costs and improve platform stability after their external DNS provider crashed. The crash caused their email domain to be unresolved as well as their VPN gateway and numerous other services.
Data is vital to the health and operations of any business. Regardless of industry, any unforeseen event or disaster that disrupts day to day functions of a company can have dire consequences and put the organization at risk for financial costs, data loss and even reputation loss.
Cloud adoption is on the rise. According to a 2018 RightScale study, 81 percent of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy. A major challenge in the shift to cloud-based solutions is migrating an on-premise application that you’ve customized and used for years. The solution to that challenge is Azure Active Directory (AD) Domain Services.