Azure Data Services

Working safely in the Azure cloud

Figures from the Federal Public Service Economy show that one in four Belgian companies is already using cloud services. This is no surprise; the cloud offers lots of advantages.

As a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider, we at Kohera are very focussed on cloud computing. What does this mean for you? We can provide advice about all data-related services on Azure, help find the right services for you, and make sure you have all the licences you need to get started.

Why Azure Data Services?

ONLY PAY FOR WHAT YOU USE



If you opt for software in the cloud, you only pay for what you use. You might have certain software, for example, which you don’t use every day, so you don’t want to pay too much for it. Depending on the level of service you choose, we work out a flexible monthly, quarterly or yearly invoicing plan, tailored to your requirements.

GET STARTED STRAIGHT AWAY



Are you interested in specific software, but concerned about lengthy implementations? Don’t worry. Opting for the cloud means you can start using the services straight away. We will help you on the right path from the very start.

CUSTOMISED SUPPORT



Do you have a question or is there an issue? Then you can count on our service desk employees’ expertise. We don’t just help set up and configure the cloud service; we also provide user support for your cloud software.

SAAS-OFFERING FOR AI



Do you want to get more out of your data with Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence? We make your IT environment even smarter. You can count on us for advice and for support during that process.

AZURE DATA SERVICES REFERENCES

FLANDERS INVESTMENT & TRADE

FIT combines traditional BI with self-service BI

SINT-REMBERT HOSPITAL

Sint-Rembert hospital works smarter with better reporting

EAST-LIMBURG HOSPITAL

East-Limburg Hospital first to store patient records in the cloud

How do we start

Modern Data Platform

Delivering datasets to end users as quickly as possible is crucial for self-service BI for example. But unfortunately, it’s no easy task. That’s why we’ve developed a new data architecture in the cloud: Kohera’s Modern Data Platform: a warehouse that’s flexible, cost-efficient and future-proof.

Most watched webinars

Azure Data Platform



We developed our own blueprint for setting up a cloud data platform in Microsoft Azure. That makes it simple to quickly plug in your data sources, so you can get started straight away. In this webinar we’ll show you how we can help setting up your environment by using our Azure blueprint.

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Data privacy & security



When you store, move or use customer data, there's one thing you must pay attention to at all times: privacy. Not just because you're required by regulations, but because it's what your customers expect. They trust you with their valuable information and they expect you to not betray that trust. Avoid angry customers and administrative fines.

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