Every year Microsoft organizes Microsoft Inspire for its partners and employees. This is an event in which they look back and reflect on the past year (Microsoft has a financial year from June-July) and look ahead to the future. In addition, this is the place where new impressions are gained and new solutions, products or price changes are shared. This year, Inspire took place in Las Vegas for the second time. In this blog, we’ll share the most important themes and impressions that we’ve received.
Flexible companies are fit companies; they can react faster to changes that constitute opportunities or threats. These companies are more agile, and therefore have more competitive power. You can bet that satisfaction is high on the agenda at these companies. An important condition for success is a modern and digital workplace- one with which you can work both inside and outside your company and collaborate efficiently, as well as a working climate in which you are allowed to do your work anywhere.
Technology is beautiful! But we don't want to wait for it.
In our third DevOps blog, we will show that the real power comes from the psychological effect- namely, the realization of a team that has both the possibility and the power to provide an integral and intrinsic service to your client to achieve real customer success.
We dive a bit deeper and explain how the six principles of the DevOps approach will increase productivity as well as office comradery.
If any business owner told you that they weren’t worried about increasing productivity, you surely wouldn’t believe them. Companies thrive and nosedive depending on their level of productivity, particularly in today’s markets. What if changing your office culture could be the next step in increasing your productivity? With DevOps you are likely to do so. DevOps isn’t a new software or a new platform, or even a new piece of equipment that you can see and feel, it is a way of working to reach your companies’ fullest potential.
What good is it to talk about our experience helping businesses migrate to Azure-based solutions if we have nothing to show for it? This year we want to share some insights from companies that we’ve aided along their journey to Cloud-based services. Recently we successfully launched IT Delivery Management (IDM) into the Cloud through a partnership with SaaSplaza, which supplies their customers with reliable solutions in Azure as well as 24/7 support. We sat down with Nick Appelboom, CEO at IDM to chat about his experience working with SaaSplaza.
Last week SaaSplaza sponsored and attended Directions ASIA: meeting lots of partners, having inspiring conversations and attending sessions to hear the latest news. It was great to be in Kuala Lumpur and we are looking forward to working with the community on successful Dynamics 365 business.