In Part 1 of this blog, we discussed how cloud is enabling business to come up with ideas and execute them without involving IT and how this is diminishing IT’s capabilities to drive efficiency, security and compliance. In part 2, we explore what IT can do to address this challenge.
IT needs to reinvent itself and become a true business partner
In part 1 of the blog “How to champion technology disruption in your organization,’ I discussed what disruption really means and how disruption brings customers closer to the solution. Let’s take a look now at how to successfully identify and implement disruptive innovation within your organization.
In part 1 of this blog, we dealt with the various parameters one must consider in designing and implementing applications in Microsoft Azure. In this second and final part, we will discuss different hybrid cloud scenarios and approaches for designing and implementing hybrid cloud solutions.
In the first part of the blog, I discussed key aspects that need to be considered when controlling access. In this second and final part, let’s take a look at some solutions available for VSTS.
Deploying Office 365 for a virtual desktop (in VDI or virtual desktop infrastructure) is very different from deploying it on a laptop or desktop. If this difference in the deployment process is not understood and addressed, the VDI deployment is bound to lead to negative user experience.
What do I need to know about apps when moving to Windows 10?
All applications used in the enterprise today are required to be mobilized and compatible with Windows 10. This poses several critical questions. Instead of rewriting the application code with the new framework, should I work backwards from the current business process to adopt available modern/universal apps? Can I deliver the apps in a Windows 10 environment with a mobile experience without compromising on security? In this blog, we discuss the critical aspects of moving apps to Windows 10.
If you’re like most organizations today, aspiring to provide the best of benefits and values while optimizing your costs, cloud could be a core part of your IT strategy. Consider your line of business applications; there could be various reasons for you to consider cloud as a model for your applications. Among those reasons would be scalability, cost-efficiency, and flexibility of running application in various parts of the world to optimize for network performance or compliance. Now, some of the obvious questions are whether we run an existing on-premises application in Azure as it is?
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