Launching April 6 2017, the Apprenticeship Levy aims to give employers a big incentive to train new talent. Alex Bennett of Firebrand Training takes a look at what this means for the industry, and how to best take advantage of it.
The widespread adoption of Microsoft Azure means massive opportunities for developers with the right skills.
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.
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.
You don’t have to have data scientists and a huge budget to add intelligence to your own apps to make them smarter and more engaging – you can do it in just a few lines of code using APIs that give you facial identification, location intelligence, speech understanding, text analytics, and more.
The #Innovate IT camps are back and better than ever. Join Ed Baker, Technical Evangelist and his expertise to learn all about Windows Server 2016, Azure and the hybrid IT management.
DocumentDB now has protocol support for MongoDB, one of the most easily recognised NoSQLs databases.
A six-fold increase in cloud computing by 2020 has been predicted and it’s no wonder that even large companies are deciding to make the move from on-site to the cloud.
You know you want to move to the cloud, but you don’t know where to begin or how to budget for it. The good news is that you’re not alone. Here’s four tips to help you make the change.