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Financial University under the Government of the Russian FederationFinancial University under the Government of the Russian Federation is a major Russian academic center with 20 departments, 13 institutes and 150 chairs conducting research in economics and law, mathematics and information technologies, sociology and political science.
Habib UniversityPakistan’s new Habib University had outgrown its in-house e-applications service, as well as an initially promising, yet ultimately restrictive, Amazon Web Services cloud implementation. By moving from the Amazon infrastructure as a service (IaaS) approach to a Microsoft Azure-based platform as a service (PaaS) solution, this ambitious university is experiencing a dramatic improvement in both quality and reliability for its e-applications and for other student and partner services.
Sanoma CorporationThe Huffington Post has won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting; digital ad revenue has long eclipsed print; and the term newspaper is fast becoming a misnomer. Like it or loathe it, the digital divide is here to stay, and media companies are leading the way with websites, apps, and new online services. In fact, coming up with innovative services is one of the biggest challenges facing all businesses today.
Code4HealthUsing Microsoft Azure as their cloud platform, Code4Health is enabling its communities to develop new software without the need for additional technical support and on-premises servers. Azure also empowers developers to continue to work from a mobile platform whilst visiting stakeholders ensuring continuous development and liaison. A huge benefit for Code4Health is Azure’s ability to support open source technology in the cloud, allowing developers to find new, innovative and economical solutions.
Jet.comMarc Lore is perhaps best known as the creator of the popular e-commerce site Diapers.com, which was eventually sold to Amazon. Now, the entrepreneur and his team are competing head-on with the e-retailing giant through an innovative online marketplace called Jet.com. To get up and running quickly, Jet built its entire e-commerce platform, including development and delivery infrastructure, on Microsoft Azure, using both .NET and open-source technologies.
WatchfinderImplementing Microsoft Azure has enabled the company to expand rapidly and free up those resources in the company previously used to manage internal servers. They were also excited that they had the ability to use open source software as well as Microsoft products with the same level of support. The tablets and flat screen displays used in the Watchfinder stores also run on the Windows platform, and the company implemented the entire Office 365 suite, Power BI and Office Graph.
dunnhumbyConsultants at dunnhumby, a world leader in customer science, were analyzing Big Data nearly one billion customers to provide global retailer and manufacturer clients with the consumer insight they need. However, marketers were demanding intelligence from a growing number of data sources, and dunnhumby needed a serious boost to its real-time processing power. A scalable cloud solution lets dunnhumby analyze what people are buying through their transactional data.
AureliumIn an increasingly technology-driven marketplace, where productivity and connectivity are so tightly tied to success, small and midsize businesses are often disproportionally burdened by the ongoing costs of trying to keep up with the pace of change.
University of PhayaoUniversity of Phayao has been the first institute of higher education in Thailand to adopt Microsoft’s cloud technology—Microsoft Azure. By transferring data from on-premises servers to Microsoft’s cloud platform, the university can attain increased data storage and virtual machine space, while boosting its productivity and facilitating efficiency in the performance of instructional tasks. Additionally, University of Phayao plans to utilize Microsoft’s cloud platform as a disaster recovery backup system in the future.
Rolls-RoyceFlight delays are a familiar headache for most people who fly on commercial airlines. At a personal level, they are disruptive and costly, but for the airlines the impact is exponentially larger. Minimizing the cost and disruption of maintenance activities is a key focus for these businesses.