Read the data: the top digital technologies being invested in over the next 3 years include Analytics and Cloud. It took 30 years for the industry to get from Reactive Identification to Management by Exceptions. Since technology refresh cycles are becoming rapidly compressed, Frost and Sullivan estimates that continued investment in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will spur the industry to reach level 6—analytics driving self-loop optimization—within the next 7 years. Check out the infographic for details.

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Windows Virtual Desktop is the only cloud-based service that delivers a multi-user Windows 10 experience, optimized for Office 365 ProPlus—which means you can deliver a virtual desktop experience and remote apps to any device with cost advantages previously only possible with server-based virtualization. Here’s all you need to know about WVD.

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Developing apps is often seen as complex, costly, and time-consuming. However, using an innovative approach known as low-code development, anyone can create powerful business apps without requiring traditional coding skills.
Developing apps is often seen as complex, costly, and time-consuming. However, using an innovative approach known as low-code development, anyone can create powerful business apps without requiring traditional coding skills.

The low-code approach is simple enough for beginners to build high-value apps—and sophisticated enough to meet the needs of professional developers tackling complex challenges. In both scenarios, it dramatically reduces the amount of work involved in getting an app up and running. Read here for more:

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The “five Rs of rationalization” (Rehost, Refactor, Rearchitect, Rebuild, Replace) are a great way to frame a potential future state for any workload that’s being considered as a cloud candidate. However, this labeling process should be put into the correct context before you attempt to rationalize an environment. This one-page flyer debunks three common myths around cloud rationalization labeling process.

View: Cloud rationalization: Myth busters