Category Archives: Cloud Computing

The millennial arrival and the evolution of the modern workplace

The modern workplace is characterized by cloud-based collaboration tools, untethered workspaces, and more and more, by millennials. In fact, millennials will make up 75% of the workforce by 2030. This article explores how businesses continue to evolve in step with a workforce that prioritizes work-life integration and expects access, flexibility, and technology that will not only contribute to personal growth but enable them to change the world.

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Steve Gleason on technology and making ideas come to life


Companies that have adopted the cloud to drive business growth move faster, deliver more value and are able to address change more effectively than those constrained by rigid policies and processes. They use the flexibility of the cloud to their advantage, constantly finding new ways to scale nearly infinitely and gain deeper insights into customers that other companies only dream about. That’s why it’s imperative to make the most of big data, the cloud and intelligence capabilities.

Microsoft has the assets to deliver on the promise of a consistent experience. With Azure and SQL Server, customers get the most consistent experience from on-premises to cloud. Contact us to find out more.

5 Reasons your organization should move to the cloud

With the proliferation of cloud technology, it’s now easier than ever to migrate to a cloud services platform. With Microsoft cloud services, you can increase security, flexibility, communication, and business intelligence, and gain a host of tools you’ll need to create a modern digital workplace. Contact Bitscape today to find out how we can help you with the transition.

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Lizo | Digital transformation in the oil & gas industry: improving on-site safety


Safety is a priority for companies, especially those working in industries where a few seconds can mean a significant deficit for thousands of customers.

This time we show how companies such as Lizo partner their apps with Microsoft Azure for instant status updates of facilities and equipment that are vital for site operators to maintain safety around the globe. Their customers funnel real-time data from multiple sources into a single platform. Their facility oversight is improved, their operations are more efficient, and the workplace safety is right where it should be—at the top.

Watch this video to see how other data-driven companies could partner with Microsoft Azure to offer cloud-based software solutions to customers who need real-time response.

Modern Digital Workplace: 5 Current Trends Making Waves In The Office

Modernizing your workplace needs to happen, but how do you go about doing it? When it comes to having a modern workplace, nothing says you’re on the ball like integrating Microsoft cloud services. With Azure solutions, you can manage data with ease, and with Office 365, you can share and send documents while not having to worry about version control. It’s the ease of use, familiarity, and trust you need in a cloud solution. Contact us today to learn more about Microsoft cloud services.

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The Network in 2020: Faster, Closer, Smarter

It’s no secret that more people, more than ever, are more digitally connected. The underlying network needed to support this connectivity must be faster, closer, and smarter, according to Forbes contributor Steve Alexander.

“On-demand content, bandwidth-hungry mobile apps, IoT devices, and new cloud-based applications are driving the need for more bandwidth and network capacity,” Alexander writes. He reminds us that “fast ethernet” used to be the descriptive phrase for the network edge, and that over time we have quickly increased connectivity times—because users’ needs demand it. This is no exception. “Since its inception, the internet has a been a catalyst for service providers to facilitate faster connectivity, an imperative that will increase over time,” states Alexander.

Read the entire article, “The Network in 2020: Faster, Closer, Smarter” for valuable insight on why network requirements will continue to align with the need for cloud services.

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Cloud lessons learned: Four companies that migrated Windows Server

As the motion picture industry shifts to compute-intensive high definition, a top digital studio, Jellyfish, found that their rendering times in on-premises servers were driving costs up and productivity down. To combat the issue, Jellyfish turned to Azure for its open source capabilities, cost savings, and superior support. Contact us today to learn more about migrating your on-premises computing needs to the cloud and begin your path to increasing productivity and cutting costs.

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Why Cloud (By Default) Gives You Security You Couldn’t Afford Otherwise

Regardless of your industry, security should be a top concern. That’s what makes moving to the cloud so attractive for IT pros. The increased mobility, flexibility, and ability to go serverless all have their place but the default security upgrade you receive by moving to the cloud is undeniably one of the greatest benefits. Microsoft and Bitscape can help you find the solution that’s right for your organization. Contact us today to find out more.

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Cloud Migration Concerns Persist for Provider Organizations

This article explores the caution and hesitation in the healthcare industry to shift data and infrastructure off-premises. In a recent survey of hospital CIOs, close to 40% don’t see a clear business value in migrating. Yet overhead accounts for 50% of hospital costs–costs that could be reduced through cloud migration.

Chances are you could also benefit from lower overhead costs. At Bitscape, we have trained professionals with years of experience helping businesses just like yours. Contact us today to learn more.

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