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Challenges And Solutions For Integrating On-Premises And Cloud Environments

If you’re running a business that’s rapidly expanding, you might’ve encountered some challenges in integrating your on-premises and cloud environments. But don’t worry – you’re not alone! We’ve got plenty of solutions and tips to help you seamlessly integrate both environments and take your business to the next level. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of these challenges and provide you with actionable solutions. So, let’s get started!


Get Better Performance From Your Cloud Infrastructure

Cloud computing has become the talk of many professionals who think of it as the solution to cost and management challenges. However, the leading concern about it is performance and reliable speed. As the cloud continues becoming an increasingly integral part of businesses, organizations must ensure that their cloud performance is optimized to meet the demands of their operations. Here are some tips that might help you improve cloud performance:


These Three Types of Cloud Services Define the Technology

Cloud migration is one of the things that most organizations think of doing today. However, they lack knowledge of the services they can get from the cloud. Furthermore, there are various cloud deployment models to choose from. For instance, the three common cloud deployment models are private, public and public. Selecting any of these models depends on your specific requirements and needs. These three types of cloud services are crucial for your plan to migrate.


How the Cloud is Improving Major League Baseball in the 21st Century

Major League Baseball (MLB) debuted in 1876 and is the oldest professional sports league in the United States. In the almost 150 years since the first pitch was thrown, the game has essentially stayed the same. There are still four bases, three strikes send you back to the bench, and nine men are on the field. In some ways, baseball is a window to the past when life was simpler.


Cloud Adoption is Up Because of the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how organizations operate and work. During the pandemic's peak, the volume of employees working from home using remote software, collaboration services and conferencing tools increased. Although digital transformation has been a buzzword for years, no one knew that businesses would be forced to adopt it sooner than anticipated. While the pandemic led to massive losses in industries such as travel and hospitality, many businesses survived the challenges due to the adoption of remote working. With the changes in the working environment due to the pandemic, many organizations have now adopted the cloud and are using it to advance their services.


Get the Most from Your Cloud Computing Resources

The unexpected COVID-19 pandemic has driven the adoption of the cloud more than ever anticipated. However, as more businesses look into transitioning to a digital space, the future of the cloud seems even brighter. However, even as more businesses look forward to moving their operations to the cloud, one must know that migrating is just a single step towards the digitization journey. To increase the benefits of cloud migration, companies must approach their cloud strategies carefully and holistically and with a focus on the future.


What are the Business Benefits of Cloud-Native Apps?

Cloud computing has enabled businesses of all sizes to address the demands of a dynamic and competitive market. The cloud offers a wealth of services and solutions that are beyond the reach of a traditional on-premises IT approach. Many companies are adopting the cloud-native application development model.


Weigh the Pros and Cons of Cloud vs Local Computing

Many companies in the IT sector were once concerned about data management. However, the rise of various alternatives both at the cloud and local level has minimized the challenges and concerns people had due to the availability of options that people could choose from in their data storage initiatives. Small businesses can now store many terabytes of data, something which could have been impossible decades ago due to the various requirements needed to build a data center and the expertise needed. With the rising dependence on data by organizations, there is a growing conversation on the right place to store data. The critical question among most people is where is the best place to store data between the local machines and the cloud. I have provided some critical information you need to know about the on-premise and cloud storage systems and weighed the pros and cons of the two.


Five Innovative Conversational AI Solutions Available in the Cloud

Conversational artificial intelligence (AI) is the underlying technology behind chatbots and virtual agents capable of carrying on a conversation with a human. The computing power and advanced technology necessary to successfully implement a conversational AI solution are beyond the reach of many organizations. Fortunately, many public cloud providers have addressed this issue by making conversational AI offerings part of their portfolios.


How Azure is Helping Create an Enhanced NBA Fan Experience

The NBA Playoffs are in full swing as the best basketball players in the world compete to become the champions of the 2021-22 season. Through a partnership with Microsoft, the NBA is taking advantage of the power of cloud computing to create an enhanced and more immersive fan experience with NBA CourtOptix.


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