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Microsoft…Internet…and Cloud – Future of Computing

Transforming IT with Microsoft Private Cloud….Concept is aimed only for cost saving and maintenance free environment.

For a growing number of businesses, the journey to cloud computing starts with a private cloud implementation. A Microsoft private cloud dramatically changes the way your business produces and consumes IT services by creating a layer of abstraction over your pooled IT resources. This allows your datacenter to offer true infrastructure service capability as well as optimally managed application services. Microsoft private cloud solutions are built on Windows Server and System Center technology. Windows Azure is Microsoft’s public cloud computing platform. It’s a place to run your applications out on the internet, at scale. With geographically distributed datacenters worldwide, applications can be built, hosted and managed around the world. With Windows Azure, you can extend and even move your datacenter services off-premises or beyond a hosted environment, paying only for the resources you use at any given time. The flexible cloud computing platform of Windows Azure lets you focus on solving business problems and addressing customer needs, not on the infrastructure. Right now Public cloud on 3 platform flavour…Windows Azure, Office 365 and Microsoft online Services

To know more about Office 365, click here

To registed Office 365 for trial, click here

Enjoy!!!

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February 10, 2012 Posted by | Cloud Computing, Dynamics CRM, Exchange Online, FOPE, Intune, Licensing cloud services, Lync Online, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Office Professional Plus, Sharepoint Online, Software | , , | 2 Comments

Cloud power – Microsoft

Microsoft provides the most comprehensive approach to cloud computing, so that you can harness the full power of the cloud on your terms. Whether in your datacenter, with a service provider, or from Microsoft’s datacenters – and whether in a private cloud, public cloud, or software as a service environment – Microsoft provides the flexibility and control to consume IT as a Service whichever way best meets your unique business needs.

Free Trial Introductory Special: Includes 750 hours of an Extra Small compute instance, 25 hours of a small compute instance, 1GB Web Edition database and more. Usage in excess of the base amount is charged at normal rates. Valid through June 30th, 2011.
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Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud

To help you deploy commercial private and public clouds based on Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V, System Center, and related products, Microsoft offers a set of programs and initiatives called Hyper-V Cloud…to know more, click here

Key Hyper-V Cloud Programs

To help you get started building your own private cloud with Microsoft products…click here

For pre-validated configurations from Microsoft and OEM server partners…click here

For partners who can host a dedicated private cloud for you….click here

March 27, 2011 Posted by | Cloud Computing, Hyper-V, Licensing cloud services, Microsoft, Software | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Moving CRM customizations from online to ON-PREM

If you are interested in moving CRM Online customizations over to an On-Premise deployment, you should read KB article 976978.

Kevin Williamson has a good post on this read more, click here

January 28, 2011 Posted by | Cloud Computing, CRM 4, CRM 5, Dynamics CRM, Microsoft, Software | , , , , | Leave a comment

Cloud Computing – Future is here – Gartner’s key predictions

The analyst firm predicts that 20 percent of businesses will own no IT assets by 2012, a shift that will have a major impact on IT careers .. Read more click here

Here are a few more of Gartner’s key predictions:

  • Facebook will become the hub for social network integration and Web socialization by 2012.
  • Most IT business cases by 2014 will include carbon remediation costs.
  • In 2012, more than half (60 percent) of a new PCs’ total greenhouse gas emissions will occur before the user first turns on the machine.
  • Internet marketing will be regulated by 2015, controlling more than $250 billion in Internet marketing spending worldwide.
  • More than 3 billion adults worldwide will be able to transact electronically via mobile or Internet technology by 2014.
  • Mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwide by 2013.

January 14, 2010 Posted by | International | , | Leave a comment

   

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