Customer Q&A: Why UConn Health Switched to Windows Server to Modernize its Datacenter

UConn Health is a leading academic medical center in the northeastern United States whose mission spans clinical care, medical education, and research. UConn Health is home to the School of Medicine, School of Dental Medicine, John Dempsey Hospital, UConn Medical Group, UConn Health Partners, University Dentists, and a thriving research enterprise. It provides nearly US$1…

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Customer Q&A: How King County Saved Tax Payers $700,000 with Windows Server and System Center 2012 R2

The ability to scale technology to deliver fast, reliable services to stakeholders is critical for organizations of all shapes and sizes – including government agencies who serve thousands – even millions – of constituents with services every day. King County, located in the state of Washington and encompassing the city of Seattle, serves more than…

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Five Customers, a New Year and Straight Talk: Q&A with Zkipster

This is the last post in a series featuring five of our customers that are driving business innovation through application development.  As you plan your priorities, projects and investments into 2015 the advice and perspective is hopefully insightful for you.  We’d like to thank all of the customers that contributed to this series with their…

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Five Customers, a New Year and Straight Talk: Q&A with Towers Watson

This is the 4th post in a series featuring our customers that are driving business innovation through application development.  It’s been great to hear the stories and share them with you. Towers Watson finds the path to business innovation leads to the cloud. Towers Watson is among the top global providers of consulting and technology…

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Reaping the benefits of a hybrid cloud model

This is the third installment in our blog series “Learning from Cloud.” If you missed our first two posts:  Insights to Inform Your Strategy and Don’t get stuck at the edge of tomorrow, we invite you to read them. Today we want to bring you a customer story, which brings to life a central question…

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