Consulting with a Conscience™

A cruciallogics blog

Written by Nim Nadarajah
on February 24, 2020

Modernizing is all about flexibility, and creating solutions that withstand the test of time can be challenging with legacy IT systems. How do you stay competitive when market conditions are constantly changing? Start by modernizing your applications and infrastructure with Microsoft Azure.

Azure gives you access to the enterprise-grade computing infrastructure you’ve always wished for without the hassle of running and maintaining it. You can choose to migrate applications to Azure one by one, all at once or use a hybrid approach to move common applications and grow from there.

Modernize on your own terms.

If you need to stay on premises you can upgrade to the latest Windows Server in 2019 and use Azure for hybrid services. This enables you to protect data for on premises work loads, leverage cloud services for disaster recovery and add built in hybrid management capabilities. Whether you decide to migrate or stay on premises, you can manage and deploy applications with Windows Admin center- a highly secure cloud ready management solution. Drive innovation with cloud native capabilities and get a consistent experience across your hybrid cloud with Azure.

Reach out to CrucialLogics today to get started on this transformation journey!


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