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Microsoft unveils Azure Government Secret service for handling classified data

Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday said it’s expanding the availability of its most secure Azure Government Cloud services, making them available to other agencies besides the Department of Defense. The Redmond-based firm explains that in order...Show More Summary

Microsoft expanding Azure Government Secret to help U.S. government agencies handle classified data

At Microsoft Government Cloud Forum in Washington D.C., Microsoft today showcased how they are enabling government agencies in adopting cloud services and announced number of improvements for Azure Government. To meet the needs of needs of U.S. Show More Summary

Microsoft to expand Azure Government Secret cloud option for handling classified data

Microsoft also will be making Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams available for U.S. government customers in early 2018.

Microsoft’s new Cloud Service Map will help customers migrating from AWS to Azure

Microsoft has introduced a new cloud service map that will help developers and enterprise customers migrate from Amazon Web Services to Azure cloud platform. For many cloud services, Microsoft and Amazon uses completely different names. Show More Summary

Microsoft publishes new cloud map comparing Azure’s services with Amazon’s

Microsoft Corp. has published a new Azure Cloud Services Map for information technology personnel that lets them compare its range of cloud computing services against those of Amazon Web Services Inc. Like Amazon, Microsoft’s cloud services...Show More Summary

Symantec will use Microsoft Azure to power its Norton security products

Microsoft today day announced that Symantec has selected Microsoft Azure to power its Norton consumer security products which is being used by over 50 million people. By adopting Azure, Symantec can increase their performance, agility and security while reducing the operating expenses. Show More Summary

While Amazon and Microsoft battle in the cloud wars, this startup quietly built a $175 million business by picking up their slack (AMZN, MSFT, GOOG, GOOGL)

DigitalOcean is a cloud computing startup based in New York, competing with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure by focusing on smaller developers and startups. The company exclusively reveals to BI that it's on a $175 million annualized...Show More Summary

Box cloud content management solution will be available on Azure from November 1st

Back in June, Microsoft announced their expanded partnership with Box to offer Box cloud content management on Azure to enterprise customers. They said that organizations globally will be able to purchase Box’s cloud content management platform with the option to store their Box content on Azure. Show More Summary

Microsoft adds support for Java to its Azure Functions serverless-computing service

Microsoft is announcing at JavaOne that Java support is coming to its Azure Functions serverless service, fulfilling one of its biggest developer requests.

Microsoft’s Azure Functions adds support for Java

Azure Functions, Microsoft’s platform for building serverless applications, has long supported a variety of programming languages but it’s adding an important one today: Java. Fittingly, the company made this announcement at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco. As Microsoft notes in today’s announcement, Java support was one of the top feature requests for Azure… Read More

NetApp expands hybrid cloud partnership with Microsoft Azure

NetApp Inc. said it’s launching a new service that aims to make it easier to migrate workloads to Microsoft Corp.’s Azure cloud. On Tuesday the company launched its Microsoft Azure Enterprise Network File System as a service in the Azure cloud. Show More Summary

Microsoft opens up testing of Azure Data Box, its Amazon Snowball rival

Microsoft is seeking testers for its alternative to Amazon's AWS Snowball: Its Azure Data Box data-transfer appliance and service.

Now get 12 months of free access to popular Azure services

Microsoft used to offer free Azure credits for everyone to try their cloud platform. Even now they are continuing the same, when anyone signs-up for Azure, Microsoft is offering $200 in credit to use on any Azure products for 30 days. Show More Summary

Counting every person on Earth to eradicate poverty and empower women

The number one United Nations Sustainable Development Goal is to eliminate poverty, leaving nobody behind. Researchers in the United Kingdom are harnessing the large-scale data-processing power of Microsoft Azure to map the location of every person on Earth to provide the accurate population statistics needed to achieve this international humanitarian goal.

Anaconda and Microsoft Partner to Deliver Python-Powered Machine Learning

by Angela Guess A recent press release states, “Anaconda, Inc., the most popular Python data science platform provider, today announced it is partnering with Microsoft to embed Anaconda into Azure Machine Learning, Visual Studio and SQL Server to deliver data insights in real time. Show More Summary

Microsoft Ignite 2017: It's all about choice, from SQL Server 2017 to Azure Machine Learning

?Microsoft Ignite announcements focus on giving customers options, including on-premises, cloud, operating systems, and ML and AI frameworks.

Microsoft Azure gets a new logo, manifesto

There’s been a ton of news and updates on Microsoft’s Cloud business at Ignite. The software giant announced a bunch of updates for Microsoft Azure at the conference. The company also, albeit quietly, released a new branding for logo along with a new manifesto. Azure’s new logo, which you can see in the picture above, […] Read More: Microsoft Azure gets a new logo, manifesto

Microsoft is targeting VMWare customers with its new cloud migration service

At Ignite today, Microsoft announced a new service that will help enterprise customers to migrate from on-premises to the Azure cloud. Many organizations get excited about the benefits that cloud computing offers and start their migration plan. Show More Summary

First Azure Stack integrated systems are shipping now

Back in July, Microsoft announced that they have delivered the first release version of Azure Stack to its partners. As per the plan, Microsoft’s partners HPE, Lenovo and Dell EMC are now shipping their integrated systems with Azure Stack. Show More Summary

Microsoft’s new Data Box lets you mail up to 100 TB to its Azure cloud

Moving lots of data to the cloud can take a long time and cost quite a bit, even over fast connections. Like its competitors — and especially AWS — Microsoft has long allowed its Azure users to import data to its cloud by shipping hard drives to its data centers. It’s now going a step further with the preview launch of the 100 TB Azure Data Box, its answer to AWS’s 50… Read More

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