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microsoft azure

Microsoft Azure is a global, trusted, and hybrid cloud platform that enables organizations to quickly build, deploy, and manage applications across a large network of Microsoft-managed data centers, supporting migration and deployment of applications in close proximity to customers and supporting geo redundancy. Microsoft Azure enables organizations to build and run applications without focusing on the infrastructure. It provides automatic...

microsoft pride
06/13/2017 | Entertainment

“If we’re going to build products for everybody on the planet, we’ve got to represent everybody on the planet and we’ve got to include everybody on the planet" Microsoft is sponsoring Pride events in 29 cities this year — the most to date — from Charlotte to Copenhagen, Toronto to Tokyo. In Seattle, the company will have a float in...

xbox one x
06/12/2017 | Entertainment

Xbox One X, Microsoft’s new and most powerful console for gaming, has finally been revealed at the E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) 2017 at a press conference in Los Angeles. The Xbox One X, formerly known as Project Scorpio, is coming out on November 7. It will cost $499. It produces 6 teraflops of graphical power thanks to a custom GPU...

Microsoft loves Linux
05/23/2017 | Developer

  Few year ago Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said "Microsoft Loves Linux" during an event in San Francisco. This is not love at first sight. Modern IT is powered by Linux and Open Source technologies. Microsoft wants to be the leader of this world so we are playing nice with technology beating as the heart of the world. Cloud is...

04/28/2017 | Data & AI

Artificial Intelligence is often referred to as "Al". What is the best way to explain a complex concept as the Arificial Intelligence ? to use the words of Douglas Hofstadter: "The best way often, when I try to explain what is meant by the term, I say that the letters "AI" could just as well stand for "Artificial Intuition", or...

project natick
04/24/2017 | Science

Taking a page from Jules Verne, researchers at Microsoft believe the future of data centers may be under the sea. Microsoft has tested a prototype of a self-contained data center that can operate hundreds of feet below the surface of the ocean, eliminating one of the technology industry’s most expensive problems: the air-conditioning bill. Today’s data centers, which power everything...