Everyone thinks about the future of their business. Whether you're new to the game or you're a long-term player, you know that you must always look ahead to stay ahead. But there is no question that the way people interact with the world has changed in the last year. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us is that how important it is to have a solid technology backbone for the business that will allow your team to collaborate and communicate effectively no matter where they are physically located. This is one of the key advantages of digital transformation.
Are You Ready for Hybrid Work?
The workplace has evolved and the remote environment came several years ahead of its time due to overwhelming worldwide circumstances. As we look into the possibilities of how to operate in a post-pandemic world, more and more talk has been about the impending flexibility of a hybrid work environment. The hybrid model is where some employees return to the workplace and others continue to work from home. In other words, the workforce has fundamentally shifted into the cloud. Microsoft recently shared a piece about their new hybrid workplace strategy and how it has continued to evolve.
An Introduction to Systems Integration for eCommerce
The new business model is based around IT and the cloud. Regardless of the industry, enterprises end up owning a great number of systems: either built internally or acquired from third parties; cloud-based or on-premise. When asked to rank their top challenges, IT decision-makers put customer behavior in their top three; followed by legacy infrastructure and new systems integration, and security. Even from the top, the challenges ring familiar to anyone when it comes to integration.
How to Optimize Your Azure Costs
The Azure cloud has a workload team for each cloud application that was built and along with these teams or departments, there is built-in cost management. Microsoft created a framework with a set of guided tenets to help your team design, build, deploy, and manage successful cloud workloads. This framework, called the Microsoft Azure Well-Architected Framework has five key pillars: security, reliability, performance efficiency, operational excellence, and cost optimization.
What is Azure Database Migration Service?
Azure Database Migration Service (DMS) provides fully managed assistance for any business migrating from their on-premises databases to one of the many Azure databases. You can use DMS to migrate any type of database or data type and for any migration type.
5 Things to Consider When Migrating to Cloud
A discussion about networking technology today always includes, “the cloud.” Where does your business stand when it comes to implementing or migrating to the cloud? If you’ve been thinking about cloud migration, here are five things to consider before you make your move:
Headless Commerce: The Future of eCommerce
Earlier this year, Microsoft also remarked upon the speed at which we've seen a digital transformation happen due to the pandemic, "2 years of transformation in 2 months." The common factor here is speed and the only way to keep up is to be agile. The massive interruption to business and economic growth has forced a major change in all factors of life, especially in the world of eCommerce. The markets have gone completely digital and thus consumer behavior has followed suit.
What is Azure?
The age of cloud is upon us. The cloud has been undeniably reliable throughout the pandemic with proven scalability and optimization. Most companies have spent the better part of the year trying to figure out how to pivot, adapt, and do their best to keep employees confident and productive at home with business continuity as a key factor. To thrive in a fragile market, we need systems and processes that can be adjusted and updated to provide products and services with maximized capabilities. So, prioritizing what comes next is essential.
How to Develop a Cloud Migration Approach That Works
There are countless options for housing your business infrastructure and databases in a reliable cloud. However, one of the best options available for your business is the Microsoft Azure Cloud. This set of on-demand cloud services provides organizations with everything they need to store and manage their data while improving their cybersecurity. We've compiled a list of everything you need to know about transferring your business to the Microsoft Azure Cloud and what you can do to get started.