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Teams that adopt DevOps culture, practices, and tools become high-performing—building better products faster for greater customer satisfaction. This improved collaboration and productivity is essential to achieve business goals such as accelerating time to market, adapting to the market and competition, maintaining system stability and reliability, and improving the mean time to recovery.

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MPAA relies on Azure and Visual Studio to innovate and increase efficiencies

Much of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences resources lived in isolated on-premises databases. When it hit its limit and needed a quick, safe, and cost-effective growth path, it turned to Microsoft Azure, Azure DevOps, and Visual Studio. Azure provided the capacity to grow usage while accommodating spikes in traffic during the awards season. DevOps united development and infrastructure teams. And Visual Studio made it possible to agilely develop new streaming apps to deliver rich, responsive online experiences to its members across different devices and platforms.

What is DevSecOps?

DevSecOps is the evolution of DevOps, where developer, security, and operations teams are united around the culture of security as a shared responsibility.

Teams that adopt DevSecOps culture, practices, and tools improve observability, strengthen security at early stages in application development, and proactively remediate vulnerabilities.

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What is DevOps?

A high-performing team is one that is learning continuously, one that is not intimidated by change and new technologies, and one that is aligned on goals. Learn how adoption of DevOps as a concept is revolutionizing the way organizations communicate and how they handle their daily work.

Engage employees, improve productivity, and build team cohesion

People feel less connected to their colleagues since moving to remote work. The solution? Create meetings that make everyone feel like equal participants—whether in the office, at home, or on the go. Remote attendees should not suffer from dropped audio or lo-fi, pixelated faces. Microsoft Teams Meetings, Teams Rooms, Surface Hub 2S, Teams webinar, Teams Platform, and Microsoft Endpoint Manager all serve to enhance employee engagement.

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Nebraska Furniture Mart embraces Microsoft 365 to work smarter

What do you do when faced with disparate solutions for hybrid work? Microsoft Teams creates the digital equivalent of the spontaneous communications that happen in an office setting, so employees feel connected, collaborative, and safe. Nebraska Furniture Mart (NFM) implemented Microsoft Teams in their effort to streamline communication tools. The combination of Teams and a hybrid work policy expanded their recruiting area, drawing talent by offering leading-edge tools and a people-first culture.

Consolidating on a single solution drives efficiency and collaboration, improving customer service—all while saving costs.

eBook: Intelligent Economies: AI’s transformation of industries and society

As AI becomes increasingly embedded in society, it will not only change the businesses that adopt it — it will also have significant economic, social, and civic effects on citizens and consumers.

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To Make Hybrid Work, Solicit Employees’ Input

By now you’ve probably implemented at least a partial hybrid work model, but does it take into account the needs of your employees? Learn what questions to ask to develop the best plan for your business, some scenarios to consider, and why flexibility to pivot may be critical to your organization’s survival, even if things seem to be working.