DynaSys certified team has successfully helped Samson Group to run SAP e-commerce platform on Microsoft Azure. With the powerful, reliable and high-speed computing of Azure, the entire system of Samson Group can be very stable and secure. It also allows Samson Group to manage its business efficiently.

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Samson Group SAP on Azure

We are honored to participate in “Microsoft Inspire 2019” and make connections with leading tech innovators.

We are delighted to collect the Microsoft Hong Kong 2019 Top SI Partner Award in Las Vegas. It reaffirms our success of delivering Azure platform to our SAP customers.

Microsoft HK 2019 Top SI Partner Award

DynaSys presented Best Practice to Migrate SAP on Azure at Great Bay Area Microsoft Technology Innovation Summit.

Using Cloud For running Business Data

The cloud is a powerful tool for businesses of all sizes – but is it right for your business data? Here are a few things you should consider before making a decision.

1. Data Capacity

Is maintaining and keeping your data on your own servers worth it? Often, large datasets are better off being stored in cloud systems, where they can use more powerful servers, and are more secure from disasters and malicious hackers.

2. System Complexity

The more complex your IT systems are, the more difficult it will be to move them to the cloud. However, you can begin with one system at a time, and continue to scale and move your systems over time, to ensure you do not suffer any downtime or data availability issues.

3. Time Frame

Cloud solutions are ideal for scaling your operations up and down in a short period of time – and are much more effective for executing instant go-to-market business plans, such as an eShop or an app-based game.

4. Human Resources

Cloud storage requires fewer IT professionals, allowing you to reduce the burden on your IT staff, and avoid hiring new personnel. This saves you both time and money.

5. Security

Trusted cloud providers have top-notch physical security and data security, as well as redundant backups for your data. In most cases, cloud-based data is more secure than on-site data.

In addition, you can set your own security rules for how your cloud partner handles your data, and choose where it’s stored.

6. Budget

Sit down and develop a budget. How much is your current IT system costing you? Can you use the cloud for less? What pricing models do your potential cloud providers use? Make sure to be thorough, and consider every factor which could influence your budget.

Interested in the cloud storage? Contact us today, and get more insights into the power of the cloud, and how you can use it for your business.