Posts Tagged ‘AWS’

SAP and Microsoft offer new cloud migration pairing for improved customer experience

Monday, November 11th, 2019

In the past, Microsoft officials announced a much needed collaboration with SAP for an innovative enterprise cloud migration solutions. The commitment showed that the two Tech Giants will be implementing each other’s’ technologies internally.  As a result of this collaboration, the two companies now have many new cloud migration pairing offers for an improved customer experience, stated Microsoft officials, recently.

The roadmap to Digital transformation

Digital transformation is the thing of today.  The businesses that are “born-in-the-cloud” are in need of unified approaches that are only possible with Tech Giants working and collaboration together for better customer experiences. With business processes and cultures being evolved in new ways, the need of digital transformation exists to the core in today’s business space. Cloud migration, being a vital aspect in cloud businesses, is evolving in new ways.

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Cloud based storage system Comparison: Microsoft OneDrive and Amazon WorkDocs

Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

So here goes the debate between products of two tech Giants once more: which is better, OneDrive and WorkDocsMicrosoft’s OneDrive or Amazon’s WorkDocs? Both of these are two very popular cloud based storage system for business users. Let’s have a look how, in terms of business use and core features, does each of the two products compare to each other.

Getting started User friendliness

In case of WorkDocs, it is easier to get started for the users to start using it without having to sign up to AWS first. However, things are not that easy at OneDrive. Since OneDrive is an Office 365 Application, each user of OneDrive needs to be subscribed to Office 365 and also needs to be associated to a particular domain in OneDrive.

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Reasons Why You Should Consider Moving to Azure in 2018

Monday, April 9th, 2018

The sole purpose of the introduction of Cloud services to business had been: to mitigate the overhead of establishing a full fledge infrastructure and its maintenance. In 2018, there are many options for businesses, like Microsoft Azure, Open Stack, Google Cloud Platform etc, when it comes to cloud computing. Businesses tend to go for hybrid solutions, if not one sole provider of IaaS. But in reality, Microsoft has developed its cloud services so versatile and cost effective with its Azure Cloud Computing services that it has become one of the most competent players in the market. Let’s have a closer look.

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