Data Protection Considerations in Azure

There are many reasons why companies choose to leverage public cloud resources. One of the most common is that the cloud provider shares the responsibility for the infrastructure with the customer. This means that the consumer of cloud resources can spend more time and effort focusing on the application itself rather than on the underlying hardware. In the case of Infrastructure as a Service, the cloud provider typically owns resources from the virtual infrastructure down to the physical datacenters and everything in between, such as physical networking, physical storage and the hypervisor that your resources are running on. Learn here the key considerations on data protection in Azure. [Read more…]

Azure Cloud Computing: Best Practices for Public Cloud Migration

Group collaborating on Azure cloud computing implementation for cloud migration

Many companies want to adopt the public cloud, but fewer are able to do so in a reasonable way. Moving some or all your workloads into the cloud isn’t as simple as ordering services from Microsoft.

Implementing best practices for public cloud migration in a few areas can be pivotal:

Making mistakes can be debilitating and even fatal to growing businesses. [Read more…]

Lease, Rent, or RideShare? Azure Consumption Models Explained

Lease, Rent, or Ride Share?

Azure public cloud services are among the most important we deliver. But no two Azure customers are alike.  Each comes to us with specific motivations for adopting public cloud.

Some want to lower costs. Others want to enable innovation and competitive advantage. [Read more…]