September 2021

NSW: Assisting assistive technologies

According to the World Health Organization, only one in ten people living with a disability has access to assistive technologies. Microsoft is committed to changing this, and over the years has built inclusion into its products and services. One example is the Disability Answer Desk (DAD), a free 24/7 technical support resource. For enterprise customers, there’s also eDAD.

@MicrosoftTeams supports students learning at their own pace with assistive technologies and devices for all learning types. View this video to see how students are benefitting in New South Wales, Australia.

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Building a Microsoft Teams Custom Solutions practice

@MicrosoftTeams is not only the hub for teamwork, but it’s also the headquarters for partner services. With its extensive platform capabilities, Teams can deliver custom solutions for your and your customers’ businesses.

Use this roadmap with recommended steps to build your Custom Solutions practice. Each step includes links to in-depth, additional insight to help you and your customer. Need guidance or have questions? Connect with NIS

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Airlines, among other major industries, confident with Teams as its hub

For many businesses, lost time is lost money. An Air Traffic Controller whose team utilizes Microsoft Teams acknowledged, “Every moment an aircraft is grounded is revenue loss for the company. My job is to keep the flights running on time.” Whether the task is to monitor and direct the aircraft on the ground and in the air, issue landing and take-off instructions to pilots, or alert airport response staff in case of emergencies—airport staff need to be confident in the tools they use. @MicrosoftTeams provides that confidence.

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10 reasons why every enterprise needs a DevOps strategy for 2021

Traditional approaches to development aren’t keeping up with the complexity, pace, and scale of change in today’s digital landscape. With a DevOps strategy, teams work iteratively, delivering real-time responses to threats and opportunities. Scaling DevOps successfully means automating key areas of IT and operations—boosting sales and productivity. And that’s just the beginning.

Learn why every enterprise needs a DevOps strategy for 2021.

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Overcoming security challenges with DevSecOps

Throughout the years, software development practices have evolved to serve the needs and the speed of business. However, digital leaders are still facing challenges with security and development. The solutions to these challenges are collaboration, tooling, and DevSecOps best practices.

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ANU Large data sets and small budgets

Over the last decade, scientific research has seen a shift toward cloud computing and away from on-site infrastructure. The cloud is critical to scientists as they deal with increasingly large datasets and more-demanding performance requirements. See how the cloud computing capabilities of Microsoft #Azure are being leveraged to increase the scalability and efficiency of Australian National University’s (ANU) ground-breaking genome research.

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