During the last decade, Microsoft has consistently invested in Azure IoT and edge technologies as part of its “Intelligent Cloud and Intelligent Edge” strategy. Microsoft is one of the first platform companies to deliver an IoT SaaS, IoT PaaS, and core IoT building blocks to customers. The experience of remotely managing Windows devices helped Microsoft to build a solid IoT platform. Read More
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Microsoft has launched its first Azure Orbital “ground station as a service” units, the company announced this week, starting with its own datacenter in Quincy, Wash. Read More
Microsoft’s Azure cloud for hosting web sites and applications will replace the Office productivity software as the company’s largest source of revenue at some point in 2022, Piper Sandler analyst Brent Bracelin predicts.
It would be a striking milestone, underscoring Microsoft’s successful transition from on-premises software to cloud-based services since Satya Nadella took over from Steve Ballmer in 2014. Read More
Cloud Computing services have grown to become a necessity for businesses quicker than anybody had expected. Microsoft’s Azure is a popular cloud-based service which offers hybrid compatibility that has become the preferred choice among top-tier IT companies. Read More
The Microsoft Endpoint Data Loss Prevention service, used to protect data accessed on devices, reached “general availability” commercial-release status, Microsoft announced this week. Read More
CRN speaks with Microsoft partners who took home the top awards in Power BI, Teams calling and meetings, and Azure-based IoT.
With Microsoft’s channel partners numbering in the hundreds of thousands worldwide, getting recognized in the company’s annual Partner of the Year Awards is never a small feat.
Microsoft handed out the awards in 49 categories last month, chosen from among 3,300 nominations. Read More
The Cloud computing platform is the future of business and is transforming the business’s use of technology. There are some big players in the tech industry, but Microsoft (MS) Azure is the brand that 80 percent of Fortune 500 companies, counting HP®, FedEx, Walmart, use for hybrid and cloud solutions. Whether it is to coordinate connections for the Internet of Things (IoT) gadgets or process gigantic amounts of data through Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft’s Azure platform is useful for businesses of different sizes. It is an ever-growing set of cloud services to support enterprises overcome their business challenges. Read More
When Washington state started seeing the first wave of patients fall ill to COVID-19, public health officials and hospitals didn’t have a centralized way to share all the information they needed. Read More
At Build 2020, Microsoft announced the new capability of Azure IoT Central which makes it easy to connect edge computing devices running Azure IoT Edge software. Azure Sphere, a secure microcontroller from Microsoft is now tightly integrated with Azure IoT Central. Read More