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Microsoft shows how Contoso Corporation is implementing Azure services

If you have been following Microsoft over the years, you must be familiar with Contoso corporation. It is a fictional but representative global organization which Microsoft uses to explain their product offerings. Today, Microsoft released new Microsoft Cloud posters showing how the Contoso Corporation is embracing a cloud-inclusive IT infrastructure that includes all of Microsoft’s […
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