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Aug , 15

How can you secure your data in Cloud?

  Take an insightful course to understand Azure Security   Source- http://www.appliedis.com/news-and-events/events/understanding-security-and-compliance-in-azure-azure-government-ais-microsoft     To begin, let’s discuss what Azure actually is; as stated by Microsoft, Azure is:     “The cloud computing platform of Microsoft. It is a growing collection of integrated services, which includes analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web. It facilitates [...]

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Jul , 15

Can Microsoft Azure be an extension to your on-premise infrastructure?

  The simple answer to this is yes, it can. But if you have any experience with Microsoft Azure you know it isn’t that simple, and Microsoft knows this too. If you’re interested in finding out why, feel free to visit the source for the following picture, otherwise we can give you the spark note [...]

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Jun , 15

Microsoft’s Azure AD Connect Tool Released

  Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory (AD) Connect tool has been released for all Azure Active Directory and Office 365 business customers. Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft AD Connect on 24th June and has extended it to all Azure Active Directory customers. The last update was launched in last December and enabled connection between Active [...]

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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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Oct , 13

What is the difference between Windows 8, WinRT, and Windows RT?

WinRT / Windows Runtime is a software layer that sits on top of the OS, for devices using processors based on the ARM architecture and instruction set and that is at the base of the new Metro design language approach. It’s primarily a set of APIs to build Metro apps for all Metro-supported platforms (including for Windows 8 for ARM). [...]