Microsoft Inspire is back – and this time it’s virtual again! Discover what the conference will include and what partners are most looking forward to.
The sharp uptick in digital transformation triggered by the global COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a spike in revenue for Microsoft.
Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Global Summit, due to be held in Seattle this month, will now take place online in response to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.
A decade on from Azure’s launch, Azure Stack consultant Mark Scholman, Microsoft Senior Cloud Advocate Thomas Maurer, and Cloud Architect and ICT Security Expert Charbel Nemnom recap the journey so far and debate the future of cloud computing.
Attended by a crowd of over 25,000 earlier this month, Microsoft Ignite 2019 put the tech giant’s Azure platform at the forefront of proceedings, with the cloud-based service arguably the star of the show at the Florida event.
Microsoft has received a huge boost after winning a $10 billion US Government contract to provide the military with cloud services via its Azure platform.
Microsoft Azure has garnered quite a following since launching almost a decade ago, which is why we thought it was high-time we focused on 20 influencers on Twitter that have made their mark as the product approaches its tenth birthday.
Inspire is the place to be if you want access to the latest Microsoft news and developments. Inspire 2019 was no exception. Here are five of the biggest takeaways from this year’s event.
This year’s batch of Microsoft MVPs has been revealed. If you want to be in the know about Microsoft products, here are 25 awesome MVPs you need to know about.
Microsoft is now officially the world’s biggest (and most valuable) company after an unexpectedly stellar performance last quarter prompted a new valuation of more than $1 trillion.
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