As enterprise applications become more mobile-centric and move into the cloud, organizations are finding that the traditional concept of the enterprise perimeter no longer applies.
While big data and the cloud have clearly arrived, the repercussions of that arrival are still being felt in the IT planning room as CIOs re-evaluate their data strategies.
Microsoft SQL Server, although very robust for a wide variety of business applications, was rarely considered as a business intelligence (BI) and analytics tool because it wasn’t deemed to have the robust capabilities that real-time BI and data analytics require.
Enterprises like to talk about their data as though it’s locked securely in a tight vault. The reality of business data, however, is a lot more nebulous.
Enterprises are under increasing pressure to deliver mobile applications faster to both business users and customers. Deploying these applications in a public cloud environment allows enterprises to deliver mobile applications with greater ease.
Migrating business applications from a premise-based environment to a Cloud platform is like any other big move in that it requires a lot of planning and some heavy lifting.
Last month, AdvizeX joined some exclusive company when it was named to CIO Review’s 100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Providers. The Microsoft partner program is a robust space with thousands of participating solution providers, so being in the top 100 is a significant achievement.
Last month I attended Microsoft’s SharePoint 2014 Conference and it really got me thinking about the transformations taking place in IT and business and what that means to our customers. The key note address stressed that we are undergoing a transformation in which technology is changing the way we live and work.