T-Plan was beginning to lose market share to web technologies that offered similar, albeit less sophisticated, services that were more easily consumed by disparate testing and development teams. They needed a proposition that could be delivered in the Cloud but that preserved their best-of-breed, consistent and structured software experience and it was imperative that the Cloud variant continued to support the testing community at a project and a corporate level.
Cloudhouse worked with T-Plan to virtualize their Test Management Suite. This removed platform dependencies and facilitated centralized application management and deployment. Cloudhouse also provisioned the mobility of, and remote access to, databases, whilst simultaneously protecting the user experience, to provide a secure, reliable and accelerated connection between T-Plan’s application and the database, regardless of database location.
In this blog we are going to explore Microsoft’s new offering, Microsoft 365 F1, a product that Satya Nadella announced at Microsoft’s flag ship event Ignite • What is Microsoft 365 F1 and who is it for? • What are the benefits? • How will IT deploy, and manage this new offering? And what exactly is Auto Pilot? • How will customers deploy their line of business applications to their Front-line workers? By Stuart Moore, Head of Product
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