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Realize Your University’s Potential with Office 365

Office 365 Could Be the Difference Between Your University and the Rest Since its peak in 2010, with a high of 21 million enrollments, college admission rates have yet to dip below 20 million. This means that for the last 9 years, universities in the United States have had the same large number of students …

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The Benefits of Azure Databricks

Do you have a lot of data? Like, a lot of data. You likely do. Are you interested in making sense of that data? No? You should be. Are you now? Okay. Do you like running your own infrastructure? Probably not. Who does? Companies have, for quite a few years now, relied on the largest …

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The Benefits of the Azure DevOps Suite

For years there was Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server (TFS) which provided on-premises users the capability to use source control, agile backlogs, test automation and build pipelines. Then Microsoft took TFS and built it as a cloud platform providing it to their own (internal and external) customers as a service under the name Visual Studio Team …

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Azure Governance as Code – How to Setup Azure Policies

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With great power comes great responsibility. Sounds familiar? You might have heard this in a meeting after someone did something in the cloud they should not have been able to do. The cloud is a great place for both developers and system administrators, but if left unguided, undesirable things can happen. Azure Policy Microsoft has …

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