Developing a business continuity disaster recovery (BCDR) plan is critical when creating a proactive strategy for your organization’s infrastructure. Anything can happen that could cause an outage in the availability of your products and services. That loss of time can push a consumer to a competitor’s site. This is where Azure Site Recovery comes in. […]
In this blog post, we look at how can you convince your clients to move to Microsoft Azure. We discuss the features and benefits you can present to clients and how you can sell the merits of the Azure platform to make it easier for you to convince your clients to migrate to the cloud.
The Microsoft Azure Portal is the primary interface for managing apps, services and solutions commissioned on the Azure platform. This feature-rich web application allows you to interact with Azure services through a rich web-based interface, building, managing, and monitoring everything from simple web apps to complex cloud applications in a single, unified console.
Microsoft’s cloud platform is rich in features. In a few button clicks, you can quickly provision services, servers, and much more. Today, we look at seven features Azure offers you may not know about that could make your life a little easier.
Many in the IT industry will argue certifications are of no real benefit and that is the deciding factor in determining the potential value of a skilled resource. Although this may seem like a valid argument, IT certifications do have some value in determining an individual’s level of technical expertise. Certifications show that the individual is capable of taking a complex task, understanding what needs to be done to achieve specific objectives and then accomplishing set goals. Certifications also ensure the certified individual is current on the latest technical knowledge available, a necessity in a world where technology is continually changing.