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  • Transformation by the numbers
    What if your DevOps team could save 45 minutes per developer per day? How would that add up? It might look like an increased ROI, reduced developer onboarding time, and improved production time. What if you could have it all? Check out the infographic below. These transformation numbers don’t lie. Contact Demand ITS Inc. when you’re ready to empower your team and transform your business with #Microsoft DevOps with #GitHub—the best in open source.
  • Speed up the process: develop an app in hours
    Speed and agility – Microsoft Power Apps gives you both with the power to create custom, professional apps in hours. By connecting your existing data and systems to your applications, your business can solve problems faster. The simple, automated processes help your team quickly develop and deploy apps, leaving time for innovation. Watch this brief video to learn how you can get started:
  • 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.
  • Right to Play 
    Right to Play changes the lives of children worldwide. Projected revenue and reporting accuracy are crucial to offer consistent support to two million children every week. The organization experienced a 3,000% increase in its monthly donor program as soon as it shifted from manual data entry to Fundraising and Engagement for Dynamics 365, a Microsoft solution built with MISSION CRM. Play this video to learn how it was possible!
  • 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. Sign up to stay connected. We’ll help you navigate the world of DevSecOps and understand how to successfully adopt it.
  • 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.
  • How  Nonprofits  Are Pivoting  to  Virtual Fundraising  in  The Face  Of  Covid-19
    While donors have been conscientious about continued support for nonprofits working with the front lines of the global pandemic, other nonprofit organizations have experienced fundraising challenges. Access this article to learn how these nonprofits have been making the shift—and meeting their goals despite the limitations.
  • Top seven tips for faster application development with DevOps
    DevOps is about speed: faster app development, faster updates, and faster shipments. Discovering common practices and industry standards to accelerate DevOps is one thing, integrating those practices is another. Along with collaboration, the integration of DevOps efforts with the widest array of tools possible is a cornerstone of DevOps success. Read these 7 in-depth insights on faster application development with DevOps, then contact us to learn more about the flexibility of Microsoft DevOps with GitHub and Azure.
  • Grocery chain in northern California and southern Oregon boosts customers relationships with custom app
    See how real businesses save money with Microsoft Power Apps. A grocery chain needed a streamlined solution that allowed staff in multiple departments and locations to respond to requests. They used Power Apps to quickly build their app solution. This app enabled staff to easily share information and saved 15 minutes per customer contact. Read their story here and learn how they grew profit and customer satisfaction with Power Apps.
  • Get started with GitHub and Azure DevOps
    The right projects, the right teams, the right tools, and a focused process—these four simple steps add up to an efficient, innovative DevOps mindset. Want to increase the rate at which your products are brought to market? Check out these helpful tips to get started with #Microsoft GitHub and @Azure DevOps.