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To differentiate and compete in the digital age, traditional financial institutions need to enable their own digital ecosystems in the cloud by integrating third-party services, improving customer onboarding, and delivering differentiated customer experiences. To do that in the cloud, they need safe and secure digital identity. Download this white paper to learn how financial services institutions are innovating identity and access.
See real-world examples of companies that moved their on-premises ERP solutions, such as SAP, to the cloud. Read the white paper from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, sponsored by Microsoft—to learn how these orgs gained more agility, reduced costs, and improved resilience. Learn how to: Find the right cloud provider to help you adapt to quickly changing markets—with streamlined, optimized ERP workflows in a new cloud infrastructure. Gain the agility to make on-the-fly changes to financial and supply-chain operations while maintaining excellent customer service, optimizing efficiency, and reducing costs. Map out a plan for migration that addresses your org’s unique needs as you move your ERP solutions to the cloud.
Microsoft engaged Independent Security Evaluators (ISE) to evaluate multiple editorial and asset management workflows using the Microsoft Azure cloud computing environment. The primary goal of this evaluation was to establish an Azure-specific hardening guide for the media and entertainment (M&E) industry. The evaluated workflows included hybrid cloud editorial deployments, near-line editing storage systems, archive and long-term production content storage systems, and cloud-based editing systems with on-premises storage.
Almost three years ago, Microsoft introduced a new standard for IoT security and argued, based on an analysis of best-in-class devices, that seven properties must be present on every standalone device that connects to the internet in order to be considered secured. Azure Sphere, now generally available, is Microsoft’s entry into the market: a seven-properties-compliant, end-to-end product offering for building and deploying highly secured IoT devices. These details are captured in a new paper titled, Nineteen cybersecurity best practices used to implement the seven properties of highly secured devices in Azure Sphere. It focuses on why the seven properties are always required and describes best practices used to implement Azure Sphere. The paper provides detailed information about the architecture and implementation of Azure Sphere and discusses design decisions and trade-offs. We hope that the new paper can assist organizations and individuals in evaluating the measures used within Azure Sphere to improve the security of IoT devices. Companies may also want to use this paper as a reference, when assessing Azure Sphere or other IoT offerings.
Take a deep dive into Azure's compute portfolio, cost-effectiveness, hybrid capabilities, security components, and management services in this white paper by International Data Corporation (IDC).
Learn about core VMs, cloud-native computing, and security capabilities in this infobrief by International Data Company (IDC).
Seamlessly share data and resources, deploy Azure data services anywhere, and centrally organize and govern all of your clouds, edge workloads, and datacenters and from a single view—with Azure Arc. Read this white paper to learn how to: Bring Azure innovation and cloud benefits on-premises with Azure Arc-enabled data services. Optimize performance of data workloads with cloud automation and elastic scale in your datacenter. Get a single view of your data across all of your on-premises and cloud environments.
This document is intended for administrators who may be deploying Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) systems and describes hardening steps specific to that workflow as well as general guidance that can be applied to any Azure deployment. Independent Security Evaluators (ISE) reviewed VDI architectures using the Microsoft Azure cloud computing environment to establish an Azure-specific hardening guide for the media and entertainment (M&E) industry.
Microsoft, AMD, and Siemens have teamed up to make simulation-driven product design better, faster, and more cost-effective than ever before on the Cloud. With powerful simulation tools to capture the physics of your product over its operational life, Azure HPC offers foundational infrastructure and services that cut acrossthe traditional boundaries of engineering disciplines.
This guide provides recommendations and tools for migrating the virtual machines (VMs) in the A8 to A11 sizes to the newer and more powerful high-performance computing VM sizes such as H, HB, HC, HBv2 as well as general purpose compute VM sizes such as D, E, and F for better price-performance. Note that the A8 - A11 VM sizes will be decommissioned on 1st March 2021. Use this document as your starting point to begin planning for your migration. This white paper was written by KR Kandavel.