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Moving to the Cloud? Here are Some Questions to Consider.

Public cloud services will be essential for 90% of business innovation by the year 2022 according to Gartner. But what questions do you need to consider in order to make a move to the cloud? We have compiled a list of questions and answers to help you in this regard. Read on.


The Power of Automated Disaster Recovery at your Fingertips

Most organizations today have a sound Disaster Recovery (DR) and business continuity plan and they should, given the changing nature of business and technology. DR allows organizations to resume critical functions following a disaster. It involves having a separate physical site for restoring operations.


Want to get ahead in the digital race? Start adopting cloud.

Cloud addresses all the needs of an organization, changing how we work, where we work, and the ways we do business. Here are some key benefits that an organization derives if the cloud is implemented correctly.


Digital Transformation in Benefits Administration industry

For an enterprise to be able to deliver Azure Managed Government Services is like holding a hot ticket to digital transformation and this is precisely what Sagitec Solutions brings to the table. Since its inception, Sagitec has been catering to the public sector’s needs with solutions powered by Microsoft technology. Witnessing the escalating demand for cloud-based, cost-effective solutions that meet the stringent security and certification requirements of the public sector, Sagitec works closely with Microsoft and leverages its Azure Government Cloud solution—which boasts world-class security—to ensure compliance. The company embraces Microsoft’s cloud-first approach to offer state and local government agencies the tools they require to create transformational solutions.


Programming Wars? That’s history

The early days of computer programming were quite daunting for everyone. Different types and makes of desktops and PCs had their own unique features and architecture and computing power was expensive. This forced programmers to create specific machine instructions so that different machines could understand and interpret the code. This proved to be slow and tough for programmers. When Object Oriented Programming (OOP) languages came into existence, it helped programmers to solve many problems instead of spending time on writing machine instructions.


PRISM 2017 conference enlightens Sagitec’s staff members

The Public Retirement Information Systems Management (PRISM) conference is known for spurring thought-provoking discussions about how technology can improve public pension systems and this year was no exception. The educational sessions are the primary catalyst for these highly important discussions and this year’s conference in Nashville, Tennessee was chock-full of them. In an effort to move the conversation beyond the conference walls, I, Jordan Bartlett (JB) interviewed two Sagitec employees who attended PRISM to see what they learned.

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