What is Azure? In short, it’s Microsoft’s cloud platform: a growing collection of integrated services—compute, storage, data, networking, and app—that help you move faster, do more, and save money.
Azure runs on a growing global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters across 19 regions, giving you a wide range of options for running applications and ensuring your customers always get great performance. Azure is the first multinational cloud provider in mainland China and is continuing to expand to new regions around the globe.
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides trusted, cloud-based solutions to help you meet your business needs. Running your solutions in the AWS Cloud can help you get your applications up and running faster while providing the same level of security that organizations like Pfizer, Intuit, and the US Navy rely on. AWS also provides resources around the world, so you can deploy your solutions where your customers are. The AWS Cloud makes a broad set of services, partners, and support options easily available to help make sure that you can focus on what will make your solution a success. Click on any option to learn more about the benefits of that solution, see customer case studies, and find technical documentation, to help you get started today.
IBackup, the integrated online backup and storage service, includes applications that feature automatic scheduling of backups, data compression, encryption, incremental backup subsequent to initial full backup, versioning, and secure local backups.
Microsoft Office 365
Office 365 is a simple and cost-effective way to get access to new features in desktop Office 2013.
Exchange Online is a hosted email service. It hosts your email on Microsoft servers, which provide you with 99.9% uptime, premier disaster recovery capabilities, and advanced data loss prevention capabilities while saving you the IT cost and effort of maintaining your own server.
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