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KCS - A One Stop Destination for Microsoft Development Practices

KCS is a gold-certified Microsoft partner with an expertise for Microsoft Practices and has developed enterprise applications built on frameworks such as ASP, .NET and Microsoft Silverlight with MVC 5 architecture.

Microsoft Development Practices at KCS have been practised for over more than a decade with an expertise in a wide range of Microsoft Technology Platforms. Our Microsoft Practice include Consulting, Design & Planning, Development, Deployment, Integration & Adoption.

Our Microsoft development team is built on a sound engineering foundation with specific skill sets to build scalable high-performance applications supported by a set of technology architects. With a strong background & know how, we have delivered several enterprise solutions based on Microsoft Technologies for various clients in multiple geographies.

With a vast knowledge base and a wide spectrum of Microsoft Professional practices, KCS offers Microsoft development services that include .NET development, SharePoint development, SQL Server, Exchange Office 365, Azure -Cloud Platform and a lot more.

We follow the Agile Software Development Practice and Waterfall Software Development Practices. The developer teams adhere to the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) for all Microsoft platforms - as it helps developers build more secure software and address to security compliance requirements while reducing development cost. Our Microsoft Practises portfolio includes the following for  .Net Development service, SharePoint Development service, Microsoft BI and Data Platforms.

The Microsoft Practices at KCS include the following categories:

  • Solution development fundamentals
  • Cloud development
  • Desktop development
  • Phone development
  • Services development
  • Web development

The Software Development Practices include the following:

  • Creating a security threat model
  • Protecting the production certificate
  • Deciding how many applications to sign
  • Including modules in the application manifest
  • Ensuring physical security
  • Creating a security incident response plan
  • Creating a test plan
  • Placing information in escrow
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