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Cloud lessons learned: Four companies that migrated Windows Server

The GEA Group is one of the largest system providers for the food processing industry, operating in more than 60 countries. With nearly 300 sites worldwide, 120 SAP instances, 3,000 servers, more than 100 enterprise resource planning systems, and 1,000s of apps, GEA needed to centralize control. So, they migrated their server infrastructure to Microsoft Azure. Interested in how you can consolidate your distributed IT infrastructure? At TechnologyXperts, Inc., we want to help you find the solutions that will give you more flexibility and control over your data. Contact us today to learn more.

As the motion picture industry shifts to compute-intensive high definition, a top digital studio, Jellyfish, found that their rendering times in on-premises servers were driving costs up and productivity down. To combat the issue, Jellyfish turned to Azure for its open source capabilities, cost savings, and superior support. Contact us today to learn more about migrating your on-premises computing needs to the cloud and begin your path to increasing productivity and cutting costs.

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