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Microsoft releases a book called “A Cloud for Global Good”

Along with the announcement about their plans to offer new datacenters in France, Microsoft today also released a new e-book called “A Cloud for Global Good”. This book details 78 public policy recommendations in 15 categories to help make cloud technologies more trusted, responsible and inclusive. Topics include next-generation skills, enhancing security and privacy in the digital […]
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