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In September Microsoft announced the arrival of the Microsoft Azure cloud computing in the UK.

“The new cloud regions in the UK become part of one the world’s largest online storage infrastructures, supported by more than 100 data centres globally. These hold over 30 trillion pieces of data and are backed by billions of dollars in investment since 1989.”

Microsoft, September 2016.
Microsoft Azure enables flexible cloud computing to UK Businesses

Microsoft Azure enables flexible cloud computing to UK Businesses

The news means:
a) Azure and Office 365 are now generally available from multiple data centre locations in the UK with facilities located in London, Durham and Cardiff
b) UK based companies can now demonstrate regulatory and legal compliance with ease
c) Companies’ data will now remain within the UK
d) Microsoft can offer its online suite of Office 365 productivity apps to companies, without sending data overseas
Fluctuating demand? Azure’s got you covered

With a monthly software as a service subscription model, Azure and Office 365 are the ideal solution for any business where the need for server space can fluctuate. For example schools and colleges, which are quieter during the summer months, organisations like UCAS that see huge demand at exam time and any retail businesses that see season peaks at Christmas-time or during the holidays.

With Microsoft Azure, you can simply dial up or dial down your demand, to suit your businesses’ needs. This means that instead of paying thousands of pounds up front on a range of servers that you might not need all of the time, you can invest a monthly sum in exchange for reliable, secure and flexible server provision.
The BBC reported on the news of Azure’s new home, “Clients are only charged for what they use and can easily alter their requirements at short notice. This can prove substantially cheaper than maintaining their own computer servers, although a hybrid approach is also possible.”

Read more here...
http://www.stonehouselogic.com/microsoft-azure-lands-in-the-uk/

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Microsoft Azure Lands in the UK

In September Microsoft announced the arrival of the Microsoft Azure cloud computing in the UK.

“The new cloud regions in the UK become part of one the world’s largest online storage infrastructures, supported by more than 100 data centres globally. These hold over 30 trillion pieces of data and are backed by billions of dollars in investment since 1989.” Microsoft, September 2016.

Microsoft Azure enables flexible cloud computing to UK Businesses

The news means:
a) Azure and Office 365 are now generally available from multiple data centre locations in the UK with facilities located in London, Durham and Cardiff
b) UK based companies can now demonstrate regulatory and legal compliance with ease
c) Companies’ data will now remain within the UK
d) Microsoft can offer its online suite of Office 365 productivity apps to companies, without sending data overseas

Fluctuating demand? Azure’s got you covered

With a monthly software as a service subscription model, Azure and Office 365 are the ideal solution for any business where the need for server space can fluctuate. For example schools and colleges, which are quieter during the summer months, organisations like UCAS that see huge demand at exam time and any retail businesses that see season peaks at Christmas-time or during the holidays.

With Microsoft Azure, you can simply dial up or dial down your demand, to suit your businesses’ needs. This means that instead of paying thousands of pounds up front on a range of servers that you might not need all of the time, you can invest a monthly sum in exchange for reliable, secure and flexible server provision.
The BBC reported on the news of Azure’s new home, “Clients are only charged for what they use and can easily alter their requirements at short notice. This can prove substantially cheaper than maintaining their own computer servers, although a hybrid approach is also possible.”

Read more here...
http://www.stonehouselogic.com/microsoft-azure-lands-in-the-uk/

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Microsoft warns of Internet Explorer flaw! Microsoft XP users are particularly at threat. We can help, just get in touch! http://bbc.in/1kbKB7Y #DeathofXP

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Cloud Computing Open Day - http://bit.ly/Org4bU

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Meet Bob and Bartek; the newest members of the SHL team, who received their StoneHouse namesake from Dawn at Dale's
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W.O.W. - Webinar on Wednesday - Sage 50 to 200 Migration http://bit.ly/1dKr0xT

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Microsoft SBS 2003 – End of Life Cycle
http://bit.ly/1pFEXN7 
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