Over the last three to four decades, Microsoft has grown from a small-time component manufacturer to one of the largest operating systems used worldwide, and a common household name. From MS-DOS to Microsoft Windows to Microsoft Azure, the software behemoth has undergone significant changes over the years.
Cloud computing is reforming traditional perspectives on technology, forcing companies to migrate their applications and legacy systems to keep up with the digital transformation. Amongst the many emerging service providers, Microsoft’s Azure is one of the most prominent names out there. Cloud infrastructures today need to be able to process large amounts of data, that is beyond the abilities of traditional computing methods. Microsoft’s quantum computing enabled Azure provides the ideal solution to this by storing information in qubits, both zeros and ones at the same time, allowing quantum computers to process all strings of data at the same time.
Artificial Intelligence has been gaining traction across industries over the last couple of years. As cloud platforms begin to process live data, real-time AI has become more critical for companies. Microsoft’s Project Brainwave is the foundation to the future that will see Microsoft Azure leverage in-depth learning platforms that will provide real-time AI. However, many market leaders fail to adapt to these emerging trends and augment their business. In an attempt to help organizations adopt Microsoft into their business models, CIO Applications’ 2019 edition has put together a list of leading solution providers for Microsoft.
We present to you “CIO Applications’ Top 25 Microsoft Solution Providers - 2019.”