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Getting Away from Data Siloes

In the past, most customers were buying point-to-point solutions such as ERP systems, and building management systems and MES and SCADA systems. In these, the data is generated, processed, stored and consumed by a single Data Silo Application. Mostly, they were selected and implemented because they were serving a single business-use case. More recently, however, we’ve seen that data siloes are the opposite of successful data sharing within businesses. This is because the data could be useful in more than the one use case or business department in which it is stored. 

13 Jan 2022

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.NET 6 & Visual Studio 2022: Why There's No Longer Any Reason to Disregard F# in Your Next Project

There's no excuse anymore. For a long time, tooling and accessibility were reasons to disregard F#. Until now.

6 Jan 2022

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Logic App Exception Handling With The Result Function

In this blog post, we will take a look at the result function and how to use this within Logic Apps for exception handling purposes.

24 Dec 2021

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How Microsoft's Metaverse Can be a Gamechanger for the Industry?

This blog will highlight what Microsoft's Metaverse is and how it could give our clients a truly immersive experience that will keep them coming back for more.

22 Dec 2021

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2021, the Year Arcus Matured

Here we are again. A year has passed and a lot has changed on the Arcus front. This post will summarize the biggest changes made in 2021.

16 Dec 2021

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Using API Management WebSockets

Learn how to use the latest WebSocket feature of API Management which allows you to manage, protect, observe, and expose WebSocket and your already existent REST APIs

9 Dec 2021
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