In the past few months, we’ve have addressed application modernisation as a topic repetitively. That’s because old applications are, in many instances, holding Kiwi businesses back. Modernisation means unleashing the applications, their infrastructure and data, bringing new ways of working (mobile, ultra-scale, anywhere access, improved security) to the fore. Today, we are pleased to announce that Lancom is certified ‘Co-sell ready’ for App Modernisation with Microsoft.Read More
Application modernisation is increasingly on the radar of a lot of our clients who are recognising that legacy, on-premise software can (and often does) put a spanner in the works of smooth operations. If you’re one of those looking to ‘get with the times’, a common question we encounter is this:
Just how do you go about it?
It may seem like it was just yesterday, but 2008 was over a decade ago. With Microsoft turning off extended support for SQL Server 2008 this July, now is a good time to reflect on the fact that technology moves fast, a lot has happened in the past decade, and any applications you may have which rest on the outgoing database platform are likely to be as ‘legacy’ as SQL Server 2008 is. It is, in other words, a perfect time to reflect on the potential necessity for modernising old applications which themselves may rest on SQL Server 2008 – in bringing your database up to date, it make sense to do the same with your applications.Read More
Tide of cranky old applications to which the business seems beholden? You know what I mean – everyone hates the application because it’s slow but without it, things just don’t work. If this sounds familiar, the time has come for application modernisation. It couldn’t come at a better time because Microsoft’s Azure cloud provides multiple advantages including low cost, enterprise security, endless scalability and anywhere, any device access.
Which is all well and good, but how, exactly, do you get the basement-dwelling application out from under the stairs and into the cloud?Read More
It is surely one of the enduring surprises of the information and communications technology industry that, despite the never-ending hype which comes from the ‘latest greatest’, an enormous number of companies are still running applications and hardware which could quite easily form part of a Te Papa exhibition.Read More