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  • What is a composable infrastructure?

    As you move to cloud infrastructures, you may find different configurations are better suited for your purposes. Composable infrastructure treats compute, storage, and network devices as pools of resources that can be divided as needed. It all depends on your different workloads and what they require for optimal performance. At…

  • Customer story: M-Files

    Content management vendor M-Files had some concerns about bring their on-premises IT infrastructure to the cloud. That's why they turned to Azure. With Azure, the company was able to overcome its concerns and migrate to the cloud seamlessly. At InData, we know you may have similar concerns about shifting to…

  • What Is Mixed Reality And What Does It Mean for Enterprise?

    Over 80% of enterprises in a recent survey predicted they might be using mixed reality in their businesses within the next three years. These businesses understand that mixed reality and AI could give you the ability to attend face-to-face meetings around the world without ever leaving your office. With advanced…

  • Using Azure and Visual Studio Team Services for open-source development

    Do you currently use AWS with open-source solutions? Well, the good news is, you have another option. With the right tools, you can shift your infrastructure over to another cloud platform with increased scalability and flexibility. Microsoft recently migrated Modern Muse's open-source systems from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Microsoft…

  • Getting Started with Red Hat on Azure

    Open source can give you freedom and choice, helping you extend your cloud investment. But many solutions lack the integrations and support you need. Azure is part of Red Hat's Certified Cloud Service Provider program, so all the benefits of your current subscription transfer with you on Azure. At InData,…

  • Customer story: Dr. Mae Jemison and Defying Gravity: Women in Space

    The groundbreaking and continuing accomplishments of space exploration would not be possible without the vital contributions of many incredible women. New AI technology is offering opportunities for greater recognition and inclusion in the future of the profession. Using AI and mixed reality, scientists can model, test, and share more ideas…

  • The Data Center Isn’t Dying, But It Is Changing

    The datacenter isn't dead yet. But driven by the increasing complexity of IoT, edge services, and SaaS, datacenters will need to evolve over time. Some experts believe that software-defined datacenters will be the new future. How are you looking to evolve your datacenter? At InData, we have industry professionals with…

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    Still can't decide whether or not to move to the cloud? We could tell you about the stress-free transfer process, or the time savings for your business that comes with always being up-to-date, or the cost savings that result from only paying for exactly what you need. But we'd rather…

  • Intelligent economies: AI’s transformation of industries and society

    According to Juergen Maier, CEO of Siemens UK, "AI and machine learning are important aspects of a wider trend of digitalization that promises nothing less than a fourth industrial revolution." Mr. Maier is not the only one predicting significant change. Many companies have already put plans in motion to implement…

  • Customer story: GEA Group

    GEA Group, one of the world's largest food processing tech companies, has over 300 locations worldwide. With 3,000 servers, 120 SAP systems, and 1,000s of business applications, it was hard to maintain their IT infrastructure from a central perspective. But after migrating their complete SAP infrastructure and all ERP solutions…