Why cloud? The digital revolution has empowered customers with more choices, requiring businesses to exchange outdated practices with modern solutions in a competitive landscape. In response, growth and adoption of cloud services are increasing across industries and businesses. This article explores six advantages of choosing the cloud.
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.
Is the cloud secure for my apps? Which apps make sense to run in the cloud? Can I trust my business-critical app to a cloud vendor? You want to head to the cloud, but naturally you have questions.
You may also wonder why customers choose Microsoft Azure for their cloud migration. One reason is unparalleled innovation: you can maximize your productivity with fully managed services such as App Service, Azure SQL Database, and global on-demand Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Your focus should be driving your business priorities instead of worrying about running data centers.
Take a closer look at the ways in which SitePro is able to save their customers valuable time by transporting data almost instantly over the cloud.
Despite the proven increases in profits and security that come with moving to the cloud, many small businesses remain hesitant. This article outlines concerns many business owners have when considering the switch, and highlights many specific benefits available to cloud users, making the cloud less mysterious and more accessible than ever.
SitePro is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for their oil and gas customers. To do this, they needed to be as agile and as informed as possible. They moved to Azure to enjoy the freedom and possibilities of the cloud.
Risk is for losers. Literally. If you’re not actively de-risking your IT infrastructure, you’re asking for a ransomware attack where you could lose some or all of your hard-earned data. While cloud platforms like Azure can give you the data recovery tools you need, adopting a cloud solution can get tricky. At Bitscape, we’re pros at helping businesses transfer some or all of their data to the cloud. Contact us to find out more on how we can help you plan your journey to the cloud today.
This article points to the emergence of containers, microservices, and cloud-native architecture as trends in the next generation of modern IT infrastructure. It also explores machine intelligence, the convergence of cognitive computing and IoT, as a second disruptive trend that platform companies, ISVs, global SIs, and emerging startups must keep top of mind to stay relevant in an ever-changing industry.
Modern infrastructure and machine intelligence are just two more reasons to modernize and stay relevant. To get started, contact us today.
As moving to the cloud becomes less a matter of “if” and more a matter of “when” for most companies, the follow-up question is how best to go about doing so. This article identifies several key goals or opportunities companies will want to focus on as they enter into this process.
With the world and nature of customer interactions changing rapidly, international law firm Taylor Wessing needs an IT solution that can keep up. With Azure cloud services, Taylor Wessing has the flexibility and speed they need to service customers. With advanced security benefits they can be sure their customer data will be secure.