Digital Transformation Spending to Pass $1 Trillion

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Digital Transformation Spending to Pass $1 Trillion

Transforming IT and Budgets Alike –  As a recent report from market analysis firm IDC reveals, digital transformation (DX) spending is due to surpass $1 trillion this year. And much of this spend is pouring into IT. DX is a large umbrella, covering everything from customer-facing virtualization technology to autonomous vehicle management to artificial intelligence. [...]

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Cayosoft Introduces Cayosoft Administrator v5, the first solution to manage IT’s entire Microsoft cloud journey

March 22nd, 2018 – IT systems management software company Cayosoft announced today the availability of Cayosoft Administrator™ v5, the first solution to support Microsoft customers during their entire cloud journey from on-premises to hybrid to public or private cloud. v5 now delivers a set of Office 365 Management tools for customers that do not need [...]

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What’s Happening and What’s Important in 2018’s Cloud

What's Happening and What's Important in 2018's Cloud

Azure, AWS Fight Continues Data from 2017’s Q4 showed Microsoft’s Azure beginning to catch up to Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) in the still-booming cloud market.  Cloud infrastructure management company RightScale’s “2018 State of the Cloud Report,” has recently delivered additional, intriguing data on the implications of this trend in 2018’s cloud. RightScale surveyed nearly a thousand technical professionals in IT, in both large [...]

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Azure Standard Support Gets Cheaper, Faster

Azure Standard Support Gets Cheaper, Faster

Competitive Support Here’s some news that may have slipped under your radar: Azure Standard support, Microsoft’s middle-of-the-road support offering, is now only $100/month. Considering that the former price point was $300, it’s quite a shift in value.   There’s a similar drop for government customers, with a drop from $375 to $125 a month, though German Azure customers [...]

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Microsoft’s Cloud Surges Forward into 2018

The Cloud Boom Continues A full three quarters ahead of its goal, Microsoft’s commercial cloud business hit $20 billion in annualized revenue. For almost a year now, it’s been generating more revenue from subscriptions to Azure and Office 365 than from traditional on-premise licenses, and the proof of that shift is now booming. Year-on-year, Microsoft’s cloud-based revenue has—amazingly—doubled. This boost is reflected [...]

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