Imagine a pizzeria on a Saturday night getting a lot of orders during a football match. With a weak on-premises IT infrastructure, the PoS system of the pizzeria may struggle in the efficiency and deliverance of all the orders. As a consequence, customers choose rival businesses and because of this customer retention and satisfaction figures take a significant hit.
Similarly, other industries also have strong competition. This has made speedy IT systems and servers a necessary ingredient in the recipe of a successful business. With the arrival of Microsoft Azure many businesses, especially the medium and small ones, have sped up their business processes and increased their customer satisfaction and retention. Subsequently, they are now able to tackle the hegemony of the conglomerates. So how does Azure empower businesses?
Whether it is a small-sized business or a medium one, everyone craves speed. When we are talking about Microsoft Azure, speed refers to the daily operations of the software systems. When an organisation’s systems are not able to provide speed, the business loses valuable revenue. Similarly, for service providers, Azure provides speed in the process of deployment. For a business which aims to expand to another city or country, Azure can help with speed in its scalability.
Has your organisation ever been hacked due to an employee error?
With advanced and sophisticated cybercriminal campaigns, hacking is one of the biggest issues faced by organisations today. With Microsoft R&D on the back of Azure, the cloud platform is able to deliver its services with optimal security. An organisation may position itself as a B2C or B2B business. In both cases, Azure assists users with secure login capabilities. With Azure’s Single Sign-On feature, users can easily gain access to their applications and services, which eliminates the need for typing long passwords.
The problem with other cloud platforms is a lack of privacy. Often, other cloud platforms do not let their clients know what is going on behind the scene with their important data. However, with Microsoft that is not the case. There is a great deal of transparency with the integration of Azure.
Microsoft has provided details about Azure uses, and it distributes clients’ data through its highly powerful architecture. This includes the physical locations of the data as well as integrity for your data as Microsoft does not engage in the sharing of data with government institutions unless obliged by the law.
Visual Studio is one of the most loved integrated development tools out there. It is used heavily by both the small and medium-sized businesses for the creation of fast applications. The applications built on the Visual Studio can either be a standard website for a business front or an employee portal for an organisation.
As it is Microsoft’s brainchild, Azure provides the advantage of getting your hands on Visual Studio. This is a game changer because developers have a considerably lighter learning curve and can easily go on to develop and deploy applications on the renowned platform.
Azure has gone on to become a game changer for a wide number of businesses. Contact Cloud 4 Sure for the integration of Azure in your IT lifecycle. We will ensure that your previous IT costs decrease and your business productivity increases significantly.