Azure Cloud Migration: Benefits for Organizations

  1. Security: Given that Azure is a Microsoft product, companies can rest assured that this platform is fortified with some of the most advanced tools and technologies to safeguard the organisation’s data. Not only that, Azure Cloud is also designed in a manner to ensure companies can seamlessly keep up with legal, regulatory, and compliance requirements.
  2. Integrations: Decidedly one of the best parts about Azure is just how conducive it is to integrations. Companies can easily and quickly integrate a variety of other Microsoft tools and services as well as those from external providers. In fact, the platform also offers Azure Logic Apps to enable rapid development of intricate workflows, integrated with various solutions, in order to provide robust digital solutions for the company’s operations.
  3. Continuity: If nothing else, then at least the coronavirus pandemic has proven without a doubt just how important it is to have safeguards in place to ensure business continuity no matter what happens. Migrating to Azure helps companies ensure precisely that, enabling remote working quickly and that too at scale. So, no matter if the company is subjected to a digital attack or the world is experiencing an extreme weather event, with Azure, it is business as usual.
  4. Robust digital workplace: It is no secret that we live in a highly digital world; in order to productively do business in such an environment, it is imperative to ensure that employees have a workplace that is conducive to an experience that encourages productivity and efficiency. Azure helps ensure precisely that, empowering modern organisations with a digital workplace where digital transformation, communication, and collaboration are not only feasible but also seamless. The digital workplace achieved via Azure and the highly digital employee experience it delivers is another reason why Azure migration has been rendered a lucrative option.

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A professional and security-oriented programmer having more than 6 years of experience in designing, implementing, testing and supporting mobile apps developed.

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