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Microsoft IT Showcase: How Microsoft does IT

Microsoft IT Showcase is the world’s most informed source of information technology expertise, powered by the top IT subject matter experts at Microsoft. Our early adopter experiences, best practices, and proof points offer an inside view of our own enterprise to help in the planning, deployment, and management of IT solutions in a customer enterprise environment.

We offer a variety of resources and services including technical reference content, end-user productivity guides, and even direct interactions and knowledge transfers with Microsoft IT subject matter experts (SMEs).

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    Corporations today face huge challenges protecting their client data in this BYOD world. From the information worker standpoint, workers want flexibility to determine where and how they work. They want to work on the device of their choice and they want their data to be available where ever they are. IT departments want to respond to the information worker’s needs, while still keeping control of corporate information. Microsoft IT deployed Work folders as a flagship feature of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
    Published: July 23, 2014
      

  • Developing Cloud Based Automation for Azure VM Migrations and Self-Service Infrastructure
    How do you approach infrastructure management in the cloud? Learn how Microsoft IT has developed and implemented automation tools to enable self-service cloud provisioning. Provisioning times have decreased from 5+ days to 20 minutes while maintaining OS standards and compliance.
    Published: July 16, 2014
       

  • IT Cuts Costs and Improves Access to Their Enterprise Data Warehouse
    To improve the management of human resources information, Microsoft deployed its new data warehouse technology. The solution tripled performance, reduced the storage requirement, and simplified management. Users, operations, and engineers became more productive. As a result, the company cut costs, increased user adoption, and improved user satisfaction.
    Published: July 8, 2014

     
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