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3 C H A P T E R 1 | The software-defined datacenter Understanding the Microsoft Cloud Platform The Microsoft Cloud Platform can make all this possible for your business. Only Microsoft offers a consistent platform with which you can choose to run workloads where it makes the most sense for your business: in your datacenter, in a service provider's datacenter, or in Microsoft Azure. Figure 1-1 illustrates the breadth and benefits of the Microsoft Cloud Platform. Figure 1-1: The Microsoft Cloud Platform By using this platform, you can deliver and manage your IT services, both on-premises and in the cloud, in a unified way across a wide range of different device platforms. With the Microsoft Cloud Platform, you're able to do the following: Empower enterprise mobility Create the Internet of Your Things Foster application innovation Unlock insights on any data Transform the datacenter The following sections briefly examine each of these benefits and how the Microsoft Cloud Platform delivers them. Facilitating enterprise mobility Making enterprise mobility possible is about the different kinds of devices that are used in the business environment today. It's about helping IT manage the needs of end users in their environment and about the governance and support of policies for devices, data, and users as those devices come into the enterprise. The Microsoft Cloud Platform facilitates enterprise mobility in a consistent platform through one pane of glass: Microsoft Intune. More info To learn more about Microsoft Intune, go to cloud/products/microsoft-intune/overview.aspx.

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