The technology sector has been in a state of perpetual flux and continuous innovation for years now, leading to some of the more powerful, affordable and transformative solutions and products to ever be released.
The health care sector represents one of the best examples of an industry that is embracing new technologies and trends, as it is demanded to do so by federal regulations and incentivized by consumers.
Cloud computing is arguably the most revolutionary technology to enter into the equation for consumers, businesses and public sector agencies in the past two decades. From driving down capital expenditures and boosting the overall power of IT to strengthening data access and control for users, the cloud is an exceptional set of tools that virtually all
Microsoft is one of the more powerful technology firms in the world, and achieved this stature by developing and constantly refining its products and services.
Over the next few years, it’s likely that companies will look for professionals who possess the wherewithal needed to migrate systems to cloud infrastructures.
There’s no doubt that Windows Server 2012 R2 was a significant leap forward in Microsoft’s signature server operating system solution.