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Cray and Microsoft team up to deliver supercomputer power form Azure data centers

Seeking to expand the universe of potential customers for its supercomputers beyond government labs and academic institutions, Cray Inc. has struck an exclusive deal with Microsoft Corp. that will provide dedicated Cray systems in Microsoft Azure data centers. Show More Summary

Microsoft Azure customers now can run workloads on Cray supercomputers

Microsoft and Cray are teaming to give Azure customers with data-intentsive HPC, AI workloads access to Cray supercomputers running in select Microsoft datacenters.

Microsoft Flow updated with support for Microsoft Kaizala, improved Flow Buttons and more

This was a big week for Microsoft Flow. Flow team announced several new updates for Flow service and Flow buttons and more. Users were able to use buttons to trigger flows on demand, gather user inputs (such as text, or dropdown of values), and more. Show More Summary

Microsoft says Cortana has 148M monthly active users, expects Invoke to accelerate ‘momentum’

Microsoft is launching the first-ever Cortana-powered smart speaker today. The company teamed up with Harman Kardon to build the Invoke, a Cortana-powered smart speaker that goes on sale this Sunday for $199. Today, Microsoft also announced that Cortana now has 148 million monthly active users. Show More Summary

Microsoft partners with NFL team Green Bay Packers to form a new tech venture

The Green Bay Packers is the only non-profit, community-owned NFL team based in the United States. Microsoft is now partnering with Green Bay Packers to launch TitletownTech, a one-of-a kind partnership focusing on improving the economic...Show More Summary

FedEx delivers on modern workplace vision with cloud computing

"We chose Microsoft 365 so our more than 400,000 team members can take advantage of the cloud in ways that make us more collaborative and creative, driving a new era of innovation." The post FedEx delivers on modern workplace vision with cloud computing appeared first on Office Blogs.

The Story of CSS Grid, from Its Creators

A note from the editors: We want to thank the Microsoft Edge team for sharing transcripts of the interviews they conducted with many of the brilliant people who have contributed to the development of CSS Grid. Those transcripts proved invaluable in compiling this history. Show More Summary

Microsoft Teams gears up for massive organizations with membership expansion

Microsoft is rolling out a major upgrade to its chat-based workspace app Microsoft Teams. The service is already included as part of Office 365 enterprise plans, and it’s being used by thousands of organizations worldwide. MicrosoftShow More Summary

Microsoft and the Green Bay Packers pour $10 million into Wisconsin innovation hub

Today, Microsoft and the Green Bay Packers football team announced that each organization will be investing $5 million, doled out over the course of the next five years, to fund the creation of an accelerator, an early-stage VC fund, and a business development lab in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The building, called Titletown Tech, is tentatively […]

Turn around is fair play as Microsoft finds exploit on Chrome, criticize Google’s patching

Google’s Project Zero security team has been keeping Microsoft busy finding exploits in Windows and Edge, and on occasion announcing them publicly before Microsoft has patches available. The company has also criticized Microsoft forShow More Summary

Microsoft Releases New Versions Of Windows 10 And Server

Overnight, Microsoft released Windows Server Build 1709 and the Fall Update for Windows 10. With both the server and computer operating systems now biannual update cycles, sys admins and operations teams can plan their update cycles with some precision. More »      

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 and Foot Locker team up to give away Xbox One X consoles in Europe

Following a partnership between Microsoft and Foot Locker, secure yourself a free Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition ahead of launch. Microsoft has unveiled a partnership with Foot Locker in Europe, giving eager fans the chance to secure a free Xbox One X, leading up to the launch of the console. Show More Summary

Microsoft built a treehouse for employees

Because why not? Microsoft announced the tree house in a blog post, where the company revealed it teamed up with builder Pete Nelson of the television show “Treehouse Masters” to create the new workspace. Twelve feet off the ground,Show More Summary

10 Expert Tips for Using Microsoft Teams for Your Small Business

Here are some valuable Microsoft Teams tips to help your small business get the most out of using the communication and collaboration tool.

Tech Tip: How to Get Cortana to Keep Track of Your Favorite Teams

Microsoft’s virtual assistant can round up all the news for your favorite sports teams, as long as you tell the software the ones you root for.

Microsoft and AWS partner to help all developers tap into machine learning

Microsoft has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) on a new programming interface to help developers of all stripes tap into machine learning. Called Gluon, the deep learning library is intended to give all developers an interface...Show More Summary

Anti-Defamation League, tech firms team to fight online hate - CNET

Facebook, Twitter, Google and Microsoft are among the companies joining forces with the advocacy group to curb cyberhate.

Why Microsoft's new deal to purchase electricity from an Irish wind farm makes sense

When big tech companies team up with governments it can be good for the environment, as well as a PR win.  SEE ALSO: Robotics expert Dr. Ross Mead reveals the truth about your favorite movie robots Microsoft just signed a deal with GE...Show More Summary

Google accuses Microsoft of revealing Windows 7 exploits with Windows 10 patches

It seems some days you just can’t win.  Microsoft has been diligent about updating Windows 10 with bug fixes and improvements, and now Google’s Project Zero security team has complained this leaves Windows 7 and Windows 8 vulnerable to exploits revealed by the process. Show More Summary

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