Must-Have Microsoft Cloud Solutions
Microsoft Azure: Microsoft offers a big enterprise cloud in the form of Azure. It is available as SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS services. Many companies rely on Azure services to save money, work speedily, and integrate data and enterprise apps in a powerful and scalable way. It also offers private, public, and hybrid cloud models.
MS Office 365: By putting Office solutions in the cloud, Microsoft has made it seamless to access email and calendars on the go. Users can now work from anywhere on office apps and leverage extra flexibility to communicate and collaborate using Microsoft Teams platform. Under Office 365, users get free access to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, Access, Publisher, Lync, and InfoPath on the cloud.
MS Windows Intune: It is a cloud mobile management service from Microsoft. It allows enterprises to control the devices connected to the MS System Center using the cloud. It extends support to the Windows, iOS, and Android operating systems making it easier to manage mobile devices and PCs from one place.
SQL Server with MS System Center: Since its release in 2012, Microsoft SQL server enjoys accelerating popularity. It allows enterprises to run SQL serve in the cloud extending all the benefits of private cloud to the businesses reluctant about data safety and security. With the support of Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, a cloud-based SQL Azure server does miracles.
Microsoft Visual Studio: AMS Visual studio aims at those developers looking to manage their code, work, and builds on a cloud. The liberty to install the Multi-Device Hybrid apps extension empowers them to create customized apps for Windows, iOS, and Android using standard web technologies and Apache Cordova. Using MS Visual Studio, users get the capability to debug, edit, and deploy projects. Alongside ALM improvements, they manage project architecture more efficiently with the cloud version.