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Jul , 15

Want to learn about security and privacy in the Cloud?

  Have you wanted a deeper understanding of how secure your data is in Cloud? You always might have some unanswered questions or doubts regards to security, compliance and privacy in Cloud and the best way to realize value from Cloud services.   The U.S. Microsoft Technology Center is organizing a series of webcasts to [...]

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Jun , 15

The Future of Cloud – Are You Ready?

  As per a recent survey, the number of organizations expected to have their IT systems entirely on the cloud by 2020 will grow by five times. The trend is already evident for startup companies but for others, a 100% transition of their IT on cloud-based systems is in the pipeline. https://pixabay.com/en/photography-lifestyle-experimental-731891   The shift [...]

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May , 14

Cloud Computing- A Growing Need In 2014

  Since last decade Cloud Computing has been emerging as a biggest technology in this competitive world. This has drastically changed the need of on-premise IT solutions. The cloud services are continuously becoming the requirement of every sector whether it is SME’s, healthcare, hospitality, automotive, non-profits or education. Cloud computing services are day by day [...]

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Mar , 14

Sustainable Adoption-Creating Lovable Technology Solutions

  Who hasn’t felt that familiar terror when IT mentions a new “upgrade” or “deployment?”   Typical User Response – “I understand how to work my computer, I know how to use it to get my job done, why fix what isn’t broken?”   Typical CEO Response- “We JUST bought the latest version of Office/windows/CRM… [...]

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Feb , 14

BYOD in 2014- An Outline of the Major Predictions

As everybody kicked off the 2014 celebrations, this New Year was accompanied by an onslaught of big predictions about what 2014 will bring. Following the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend of the past few years and the fact that tablets and PCs have now come under the BYOD umbrella, it seems that BYOD is [...]