Microsoft Technologies

  • Microsoft SharePoint
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Microsoft Dynamics
  • Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SharePoint Application Development

Overview : SharePoint is a web application platform in the Microsoft Office server suite. SharePoint combines various functions which are traditionally separate applications: intranet, extranet, content management, document management, personal cloud, enterprise social networking, enterprise search, business intelligence, workflow management, web content management, and an enterprise application store.

Various Functions Supported by SharePoint

  1. Share : Connect with employees across the enterprise. Use SharePoint to engage with people, share ideas, and reinvent the way you work together.
  2. Organize : Whether you’re working as a team or an individual, SharePoint helps you organize information, people, and projects.
  3. Discover : SharePoint makes it easy to find answers, discover insights, and connect with experts.
  4. Build : Developers and web designers can create new experiences on SharePoint using familiar tools and internet standards.
  5. Manage : SharePoint provides powerful controls that allow IT departments to manage cost, risk, and their time.

Most common Uses of the SharePoint Include

  • Enterprise Content and Document Management
  • Personal Cloud
  • Intranet & Corporate Social Network
  • Extranet & Web Content Management
  • Software framework

Microsoft Azure

Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, a growing collection of integrated services—analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage and web—for moving faster, achieving more and saving money.

Why Azure?

  • It Delivers Unmatched Productivity
    • Any developer or IT professional can be productive with Azure. Azure’s integrated tools, pre-built templates and managed services make it easier to build and manage enterprise, mobile, web and Internet of Things (IOT) apps faster, using skills developers and IT professionals already have and technologies they already know.
  • It is Open and Flexible
    • Azure supports the broadest selection of operating systems, programming languages, frameworks, tools, databases and devices. Run Linux and Dockers containers; build apps with JavaScript, Python, .NET, PHP, Java, Node.js; build back ends for IOS, Android and Windows devices.
  • It Works with Existing IT
    • Some cloud providers make you choose between your datacenter and the cloud. Not Azure, which easily integrates with your existing IT environment through the largest network of secure private connections, hybrid database and storage solutions and data residency and encryption features—so your assets stay right where you need them.
  • It is Built to Protect your Data
    • We know some organizations are still wary of the cloud. That is why Microsoft has made an industry-leading commitment to the protection and privacy of your data. We were the first cloud provider recognized by the European Union’s data protection authorities for our commitment to rigorous EU privacy laws.
  • It is Everywhere
    • Azure runs on a worldwide network of Microsoft-managed datacenters across 19 regions—more countries and regions than Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud combined.
  • It is Economical and Scalable
    • Azure’s pay-as-you-go services can quickly scale up or down to match demand, so you only pay for what you use. Per-minute billing and a commitment to match competitor prices for popular infrastructure services like compute, storage and bandwidth means you are always getting unbeatable price for performance.

Microsoft Dynamics

Microsoft Dynamics customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) software connects your people, processes, and systems. With easy to use, fast to implement tools to manage your financials, supply chain, and operations. Get the insight you need to market and sell your products or services and keep customers happy. In the cloud or on your servers—start with what you need now and easily adapt as your needs change.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Solutions

  • Sales
    • Your customers know more than ever before. Buying decisions are often made before you can even engage. Sales must adapt to the new customer journey. Sales teams need tools that are familiar, intuitive, and easy to adopt to help them be more effective.
  • Service
    • Your customers are everywhere and, to serve them effectively, that’s where you need to be, too. Provide responsive, relevant, effective service—anywhere, any time, on any device.
  • Marketing
    • Today’s marketers need the ability to plan, execute, and measure campaigns easily, from start to finish. Microsoft Dynamics Marketing helps you engage your customers as you bring your marketing vision to life.
  • Social
    • Sales people spot new opportunities and respond to competitive threats with precision. Marketing teams use social insights to make their campaigns sing. Customer care teams use sentiment analysis to understand customers and to make interactions more meaningful.

Microsoft Dynamics ERP

Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) software gives your people the tools they need to connect your entire business. From financial and supply chain management, through your operations and human resources, to the business intelligence and reporting you need to make smart decisions. Start with what you need now and easily adapt as your needs change in the cloud or on your servers the choice is yours.

Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. As a database server, it is a software product with the primary function of storing and retrieving data as requested by other software applications which may run either on the same computer or on another computer across a network (including the Internet).


  • Supports most administrative tasks for SQL Server.
  • A single, integrated environment for SQL Server Database Engine management and authoring.
  • Non-modal and resizable dialogs allow access to multiple tools while a dialog is open.
  • A common scheduling dialog that allows you to perform action of the management dialogs at a later time.
  • Exporting and importing SQL Server Management Studio server registration from one Management Studio environment to another.
  • Save or print XML Show plan or Deadlock files generated by SQL Server Profiler, review them later, or send them to administrators for analysis.
  • An integrated Web browser for quick browsing of MSDN or online help.
  • A tutorial on SQL Server Management Studio to help you take advantage of the many new features and become more productive right away.
  • A new activity monitor with filtering and automatic refresh.
  • Integrated Database Mail interfaces

New Scripting Capabilities

  • Dynamic Help for immediate access to relevant information while you work.
  • A rich set of templates with the ability to create custom templates.
  • Scripting support for SQLCMD queries and scripts.
  • Integrated source control for solution and script projects, supporting storing and maintaining copies of scripts as they evolve over time.
  • Microsoft IntelliSense support for MDX statements.
  • Soft IntelliSense support for MDX statements.

Object Explorer Features

  • Filtering by all or part of a name, schema, or date.
  • The asynchronous population of objects, with the ability to filter objects based on their metadata.
  • Access to SQL Server Agent on replication servers for administration.

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