Digitalization future-proofs business thanks to connectivity and the cloud

Transportation and infrastructure is moving to the cloud, as evidenced by a Microsoft Azure ”data lake” built with support by Azure DevOps for leading transportation manufacturing company Schmitz Cargobull AG. Semi-trailer customers now have access to one portal where they can track anything from performance to vehicle condition. Instead of making large investments in on-premises hardware, you can instead use Azure cloud products to connect different databases into one convenient interface.

Fast forward: How cloud computing could transform risk management

At a time when risk management leaders are being asked to process greater amounts of data in shorter amounts of time, cloud computing with Microsoft 365 could unlock considerable benefits. Learn how decision makers in banking—an industry known for its reluctance in the transition to cloud—are now migrating to a cloud-enabled platform to streamline upgrades. Instead of spending time and effort configuring new capabilities on disconnected legacy systems, risk teams let their technology partners manage both the software and hardware upgrades.

Common myths (and facts) about open source

”For some companies, the idea of adopting open-source software doesn’t seem viable. There are many myths about open source, but the truth is that it can facilitate security, be easy to maintain and integrate, and scale to whatever heights you require. Whether you’re concerned about security, maintenance, or compatibility, open source can open up a world of possibilities for companies across all industries. Sign up to stay connected—we can help you learn more about using Microsoft Azure DevOps with GitHub and Visual Studio and unravel the myths and facts about open source.

Why You Need an Open Source Software Strategy

We know that software developers use open-source software to confront major technological challenges, and that it’s critical to have a strategy in place that governs its use. If open source is new to you, find some recommendations on how to build a strategy and take a staggered approach to enter into this collaborative digital landscape.

Transition to Cloud: A journey to Modern Work with Microsoft 365

A changed workplace with increased security risks and economic uncertainties requires business resiliency. Organizations must address global burnout, hybrid work, and the complicated nature of BYOD—bring your own device. With Microsoft 365, you get a flexible, solid platform enhanced by industry-leading apps, intelligent cloud services, and world-class security, all in one place. Its integrated features and resources will help to speed up and simplify your company’s day-to-day operations while keeping all your data secure.

Transition to Cloud Deployment checklist

Smart businesses know that cloud transformation equals stability and agility. You can make the transition easily with Microsoft 365—products that are uniquely positioned to help build resilience, enabling higher end-user productivity, and help save money. Review the infographic and get started today with this 5-step deployment checklist. Learn how you can rapidly deploy Teams, secure access, provide employees with support, and more.

Security and privacy with an integrated portfolio of cloud services

Security and compliance budgets have gone up to better defend infrastructures in remote or hybrid work scenarios. Secure your business with technology you can trust, ensure only the right users have access without affecting productivity, and protect your data through security best practices and easy-to-use policies that prevent accidental data leaks. Microsoft 365 enables a safe transformation to the cloud. Sign up to say connected—we’ll help you learn more about making the transition to the cloud and into a more secure environment.

What Will Manufacturing’s New Normal Be After COVID-19?

Major global crises have indelibly shaped the history of manufacturing as companies and consumers adapt to rapidly changing conditions. With COVID-19, new trends and major shifts in manufacturing are already starting to emerge. Learn about trends that will affect your business, and contact pingdash AB for more information.

Bertrandt’s HARRI is a self-driving success, thanks to Microsoft Azure

Maps that precisely plot road signs, traffic lights, lanes, and sidewalks within a few centimeters—that’s the sort of data-intensive information required to make Bertrandt’s self-driving car project HARRI a reality. And it took Microsoft Azure Services to tame the tremendous flood of data needed to drive HARRI, as a small map’s worth of data with this level of detail would overwhelm the vehicle’s on-board storage capabilities. Azure DevOps facilitated the creation of the exacting software for this solution by coordinating the work of development, operations, and quality assurance teams.

The Art of Possible: Manufacturing priorities that will define 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic introduced unprecedented change for the manufacturing industry. In this video from #Microsoft, hear expert predictions for 2021, learn about four durable shifts that will be top priorities for manufacturers, and gain new strategies for accelerating transformation and innovation. Contact pingdash AB to learn more.