Microsoft Azure is one of the most prominent cloud computing platforms and is the essential behind-the-scenes supporting infrastructure for much of the Microsoft cloud (e.g., Office 365) as well as for many third-party apps, websites and services. As an IT professional, you should be familiar with at least the general contours of Azure and what it can do for an organization.
SharePoint is used by thousands of organizations of varying sizes and is often lauded for its centralized flow of data and its mobile-accessible cloud storage. It also allows for ease of collaboration on files and documents. The tool is also highly customizable and allows for the integration of all of your shared work environments.
Like any tool, you can miss out on some of the great functionality of SharePoint if you don’t take the time to optimize your processes within the tool. Save yourself time and frustration with these tips and tricks.
With huge volumes of data and large numbers of people needing access to data, data management has become a very difficult task many companies are dealing with using cloud-based data management. This is a new way of doing business very many organizations but the capabilities that software companies have provided through this type of platform is unmatched.
Microsoft Azure is a popular and trusted cloud management service used by many businesses. Microsoft Azure offers a broad range of capabilities including networking, analytics, computing, and storage. Users are able to customize the tool by choosing which of these capabilities they will use to run existing applications in the public cloud or develop new applications.
Microsoft Azure is an incredibly adaptable tool but no matter what you use it for, we have 5 ways to optimize your Azure environment.
By 2025, it is estimated that there will be at least 75 billion connected devices in what is being called the “Internet of Things” (IoT). With advances in microprocessors, sensing devices, and software, pretty soon anything that can be connected will be connected.
Here's What You Need to Remember: Seven years ago, the DoD created Comply to Connect (C2C) as a way to secure its growing array of network endpoints.
The proliferation of devices on the Internet is becoming a tidal wave. In addition to your phone, computer, video game console, and television, the Internet now connects practically everything that has electronics and sensors: household appliances, heating, and air conditioning systems, cars, airplanes, ships, industrial robots, public utilities, home security systems, children’s toys, and medical devices.
Pros and Cons of the Top 3 Cloud Platforms
There are countless factors to consider when vetting cloud providers. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it can be helpful to take a step back and look at each provider’s overall strategy and strengths. Do they align with yours?
Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure and Google Cloud each stand out from the pack in different areas. Let’s compare their biggest strengths and weaknesses.