What is New In Azure Quantum
We tell you what's new in 2022 about the Azure Quantum platform regarding free credits and development tools.
We receive the Web Application Modernization to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization
We added a certification that validates our knowledge and performance in the migration and modernization of production web app workloads, and in the management of Azure services.
Plain Concepts is accredited as a CCN-STIC Guideline Implementing Entity
The National Cryptologic Center has accredited us as an official Implementing Entity of secure scenarios in the cloud and cybersecurity, a unique recognition in Spain.
We received the Azure Virtual Desktop Advanced Specialization
We achieved this exclusive Microsoft certification thanks to our experience helping our customers in their cloud transition.
Introduction to Azure Migrate
The migration of all types of local infrastructures to Cloud services continues to be a focus of action for many kinds of companies. And despite the great advantages offered by Cloud services, the migration process is certainly challenging. Being aware of having one of the most outstanding Cloud services on the market, Microsoft has launched […]
Azure Migrate | Keys for Migrating to the Cloud
Anyone in the IT sector has been reading articles for years predicting that the Cloud is the future. In Spain, 26% of companies currently use Cloud Computing services, while the European average is 36% and in some countries it already reaches 70%… (Eurostat, 2021). (Eurostat, 2021) Without going into comparisons between countries, what these results […]
We receive the certification Analytics on Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization
Microsoft has recognized us as one of its most knowledgeable and experienced Azure Analytics partners and has granted us this unique certification in the world.
What is Azure Quantum? | Introduction to Quantum Computing
Everything about what Azure Quantum is, along with an introduction to quantum computing for all audiences, that is, without delving into its mathematical and physical complexity.