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It may seem counterintuitive that investing in the latest hardware can lead to reduced spending, but that’s exactly what can happen through proper optimization of your cloud environments.
When the public cloud first arrived on the scene, it wasn’t uncommon for enterprises to be hesitant about making the adoption.
Speed and agility. These are often the driving forces behind an organization making the move to the cloud.The faster you can bring a new product to market in today’s business, the more likely you are...
Time and time again, I hear the frustration of our executive clients with the performance and speed of analytics and data departments.
Data and analytics have always played a major role in business, but with more information now available to companies than ever before, how data is being used has shifted dramatically.
Companies today are often unaware of just how vulnerable they are to security risks.
The past couple years have highlighted the need for organizations to put in place processes that enable employees to work in a hybrid work-office environment.
Business intelligence (BI) used to be relatively straightforward. Number of products sold, price points relative to competitors, product returns, and so on.
The two main achievements of any analytical endeavor are solving problems and answering questions.
As a leader in the public cloud space, Microsoft Azure has a massive amount of information available for both existing clients and organizations that are simply cloud curious.