Businesses across the globe spend trillions of dollars on IT services and maintaining their enterprise applications (apps) and software. They have to spend a considerable amount of their IT budget on simply maintaining the infrastructure they’re using to run their businesses.
Studies suggest that over half the organizations that already use cloud technology will integrate a cloud-first strategy by the year 2021. A cloud-first strategy includes a business shifting all of its current processes into cloud services.
For the past couple of years, businesses across the globe have been using Azure Internet of Things (IoT) in the development of groundbreaking applications for various industries. However, ushering a successful digital transformation also means having a deep understanding of our physical world and the interactions between objects, people, and locations.
Unlimited computing capacity in the cloud and real-time analytics capabilities enables manufacturers to access new insights and build systems of intelligence like never before. Forward-thinking manufacturers are looking to use these capabilities to optimize their supply chain and production operations, engage their customers in powerful new ways, transform their services and products, and empower their employees through customer insights.
Companies across the globe are moving to Cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) providers to meet all of their business needs in a rapidly expanding virtual space. There are a number of reasons why companies are making this move such as flexible storage needs, easy accessibility for everyone, lower operational costs and higher efficiency, and various others.