Cloud technologies significantly changed the software market. Easy access to compute, network and storage resources with predicted costs and available in multiple regions helps to speed up time-to-value.
This article is for those new to the world of business intelligence, such as application developers and cloud architects, who want to understand how a typical BI solution works, what each of its components do and some of the technologies used to implement them.
As the threat of cyber crime to UK businesses continues to rise, now’s the time to take advantage of Windows Server 2016’s new security features.
Christos Matskas walks us through how you can get native Bash up and running on your Windows device.
The sixth part of John Craddock’s series into Azure Active Directory shows you how to add your own applications to Azure AD. This opens up a world of possibilities for secure access to your applications by providing authentication and access control for your users, partners, and customers.
Microsoft MVP Matteo Emili talks about five common mistakes that are made when approaching DevOps, and what considerations you should be making.
Ever considered creating something in the cloud, but didn’t quite know where to start? It can be a daunting subject to approach, especially if you have little to no experience working with it. Fortunately, it’s never been easier to see what you can do.
In the final article of their three-part series, SoftServe’s Data Science Group (DSG) wraps up their look at informational security risk identification by detecting deviations from the typical pattern of network activity.
We’ve shared loads of funny animated gifs and images on our social channels. Cheeky, and often with an underlying message that rings true, they are a fun way to break up the monotony of our daily lives, and maybe even make us smile some more. As it’s Christmas, we want to share with you the tweets…