Posts Tagged ‘Cloud business’

Microsoft’s Desktop Virtualization: Windows Virtual Desktop is here

Thursday, November 21st, 2019

A multi-session win 10 desktop Virtualization experience for users has been around for a while with Windows Virtual Desktop. In addition to this, Windows Virtual Desktop provides simplified management, optimizations for Office 365 Pro Plus and also supports Windows Server Remote Desktop Services (RDS) desktops. The introduction of Windows Virtual Desktop from Microsoft has lessened the burden of deployment and scaling of Windows desktops and apps on Azure. It’s your personal cloud desktop.

Microsoft’s developers have worked over and made significant changes to virtual desktop infrastructure and the initial architecture of desktop Virtualization to provide a smooth deployment and management experience to IT pros. This also simplifies app delivery since it uplifts the permanent installation requirement of MSIX packaged apps and allows them to be dynamically “attached” to a virtual machine. It makes things faster, gives fewer burdens to the storage and provides the admin a smoother management and updating experience.

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Teams + SharePoint: 3 essential teamwork tips for Providers in Cloud Business

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

Business Teamwork isn’t just a couple of people working on the same project. Real teamwork revolves around collaboration of people working together on the same project. Microsoft, with its wide variety of productivity software has brought in together a couple of features of multiple online software like Microsoft Teams and SharePoint so that content collaboration becomes easier and teamwork gets a new name.  This way, people and businesses are empowered so that they can focus on the business value rather than staying in complexities.

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Good bye traditional Business Phones, Microsoft Teams collaboration killer feature is here

Monday, October 28th, 2019

Every business owner wants to opt for a results-driven strategy in this time of adopting cloud-first approach and Microsoft Team’s Collaboration is the answer to that. Deploying best-in-line solutions with the top-notch infrastructure is the gateway to successful business.

Microsoft Teams is for team management, Teams is for content management but above all, Teams is for Collaboration. A lot of young entrepreneurs having opted for O365 already are taking up Microsoft Teams for many reasons. But the killer feature is Microsoft Teams ability to cater your needs for a full-fledged Cloud business Phone System with its great digital business phone capabilities.

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All You Need to Know about the New Microsoft Partner Agreement for CSP partners

Friday, October 25th, 2019

The latest Microsoft Partner Agreement is the talk of the town. Guess CSPs all over the world are eager to know what Microsoft has mentioned this time. The latest obligations have to be accepted by all organizations under the CSP program no later than January 31st, 2020 to stay onboard with the Microsoft CSP program.

Microsoft has proposed the agreement based on a few valid reasons like simplifying the contracting procedure, clarifying and distinguishing roles and responsibilities in reference to regulatory requirements and to ensure there’s transparency for Microsoft and Microsoft partner network.

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An insight into Microsoft Teams Security for better cloud security

Monday, September 16th, 2019

Security and Compliance of all cloud-based products and applications have always been a concern from the beginning of cloud Era. Looking to the importance of cloud security, Security experts perform a detailed cloud security review of almost all latest technological advancements.

Teams is great for Collaboration and Microsoft has put in good amount of effort for its security. The application is Layer D compliant which make it a promising and secure solution for large-grad enterprises and cloud business organizations.

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Microsoft SharePoint CMS new features for better collaborative environment

Wednesday, September 11th, 2019

A rule of thumb: Good content, that makes you content, is only possible by good content management.

Microsoft SharePoint has always been successful in keeping its customers content with a promising Content management system. Giving a collaborative environment and offering users to make best use of a CMS which caters the state-of-the-art requirements in technology, cloud business and social sharing.

There are many features in Microsoft SharePoint that make it a great content management system to work with like Asset Library, which manages users’ media assets like audio and video content. Furthermore, there is a content organizer that sets content to autopilot with a set of routing rules that locate the relevant content to appropriate location in the library. In addition to this, a managed Meta data service allows you to specifically define formal and informal Meta data which come handy while using the next feature on the list: Metadata-driven navigation. Users are even facilitated with a feature of sharing content types amongst site collections

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An insight into features of a Managed Cloud Service, beneficial to your Cloud Business

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

A simple truth is: Every cloud business has to be managed by someone. So, managed cloud allows the business officials to managed services of cloud computing according to their business needs without being an expert in that domain. In general, business can either manage cloud computing services on their own, or hire an expert to do the job professionally.

People who prefer to do things on their own opt for the first option: DIY cloud management, Nevertheless, there comes many phases where expert opinion or assistance is required and that makes them take the second option: Hire a Cloud Expert.

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Work Folders and OneDrive: Which to opt in your Cloud Business?

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

With the huge acceptance of OneDrive in cloud business domain and more and more companies opting for it, it is important to know how is it different form Work Folders and if, perhaps, they are similar, why did Microsoft introduce Work folders in the first place? Let’s dig deep into it and find out various aspects of these two Microsoft Products.

Before we compare the features let’s get this straight: Work Folders was introduced as a sync client for file server whereas OneDrive is the sync client for SharePoint. So, Work Folders accesses data on multiple devices from file server whereas OneDrive for business will provide access to data from multiple devices from SharePoint.

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4 ways to empower your cloud business with Power BI Analytics

Monday, May 27th, 2019

Analytics is the key to a successful cloud business decision making. It is only through proper use of Power BI Analytics and data analysis is that the storage of data is actually beneficial in any enterprise’s data center.  Microsoft’s Power BI has helped enterprise in this regard. Many cloud businesses have taken advantage of analytics and utilized the service to make informed decisions. Power BI is a robust analytical product and a one stop platform for all the analytical needs.

Advantages of Power BI in multiple business scenarios

Power BI Analytics is very diverse in approach. Various cloud businesses can utilize the product power bi data analyticsaccording to their business needs. Power BI has the potential to be used in many scenarios depending upon organizational needs. There are many features of Power BI suitable for any type of organization.

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Good News for CSPs: Microsoft has announced the public preview of Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) and it’s just awesome as expected

Wednesday, April 24th, 2019

For all the CSPs out there: Here’s good news. Microsoft has announced a public preview of its Windows Virtual Desktop which features cross-devices multi-session windows 10 along with Office 365 ProPlus virtual desktop experience. Now Cloud Service Providers can extend their services and offer the benefits of Desktop as a service to their clients. Not only Windows Virtual Desktop offers a simplified experience for management, but also supports Windows Server Remote Desktop Services (RDS) desktops and apps. An Active Azure subscription is all you require to get your hands on this preview. Sounds interesting? We have more for you. Businesses can run multiple windows 10 sessions over a single virtual machine.

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