When developing custom software, security is at the heart of the build. Let’s take a look at some best practices for cloud security.
In the first of this series of posts, we have looked at what IoT devices we can target with our .NET and C# skills. As well as the pros and cons of each platform and approach.
One of the key goals of a Data Platform modernisation program is thinking about what to do with your SQL Servers. So here we are going to give some high-level tips to migrate from SQL Server to the cloud.
At Inspire 2021, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability. The service (currently in preview) is designed to help companies measure, understand, report and reduce environmental impact and therefore be able to measure progress towards sustainability goals.
This Memorandum of Understanding further strengthens the partnership between the Public Sector and Microsoft, allowing us as partners to now provide services for business applications.
Today the Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services launched into Public Preview as part of Microsoft’s expansion in its Tech for Industry campaign.
As Microsoft partners who often work in the non-profit sector, Microsoft Cloud for Non-Profit caught our attention and it certainly looks like great things coming to this area.
With the growing functionality that Azure Integration Services provides us with and with more companies adopting a cloud-first approach to their IT Architecture, this leaves the question: How do companies who have invested millions in their integration systems built on BizTalk move to the cloud?
In this blog, we take a look at four recent custom cloud development projects that we have undertaken using Azure Integration Services, The Power Platform and more.
In this blog, we take a technical look at two examples of enterprise-scale bespoke cloud developments that we have undertaken.