Increase Protection and Reduce Costs with Azure for Disaster Recovery and Backups

For many small to mid-size businesses, a natural disaster or a ransomware attack could mean catastrophe. In fact, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), nearly 40% of small businesses never reopen after suffering a natural disaster. Additionally, downtime due to ransomware costs small businesses an average of $100,000 per incident. Building a comprehensive business continuity/disaster recovery strategy, then, is critical to long-term business health. With Azure for disaster recovery and backups, Microsoft provides a flexible, secure solution to protect your organization at a lower cost than traditional backup and recovery methods. Safeguard Both Data and Workloads With Azure,…

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3 Ways Microsoft Azure Provides True Modern Workplace Solution

Microsoft Azure: Modern Workplace Solution Word. PowerPoint. Excel. There’s no denying that Microsoft has made an indelible impact on business. In 2010, the technology titan expanded its product catalog to include Microsoft Azure—a cloud-based platform that supports the creation, deployment and management of websites, mobile services, and other applications. In the years since, Microsoft has refined Azure to seamlessly support the modern workplace and the company’s efforts are paying off. The number of subscribers recently doubled and sales show no signs of slowing down. Microsoft Azure’s popularity can be attributed to the three benefits outlined below. Focus on developing your…

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What is Microsoft Azure and who is it for?

You may have recently seen a television commercial for “The Microsoft Cloud,” examples include spots on Healthcare, Cancer Research, and Cybercrime. So, what does this have to do with Microsoft Azure? Microsoft Azure is simply the Microsoft product name for the Microsoft Cloud. The names are used synonymously in the technical industry. But for many not familiar with the ongoing Cloud digital transformational shift, the question remains, “What is Azure, and who is it for?” Azure was announced in October 2008 and released on February 2010 as Windows Azure, before being renamed to Microsoft Azure in March 2014. Azure is…

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