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Customers get unmatched security with Windows Server and SQL Server workloads in Azure

14 June, 2019

Customers such as Allscripts, Chevron, J.B. Hunt, and thousands of others are migrating their important workloads to Azure where they find unmatched security. While understanding cloud security is initially a concern to many, after digging in, customers often tell us the security posture they can set up within Azure is easier to implement and far more comprehensive than what they can provide for in other environments.

General Manager, Microsoft Azure
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Azure.Source – Volume 87

17 June 2019

Microsoft FHIR Server for Azure extends to SQL; Azure Shared Image Gallery now generally available; Accelerating smart building solutions with cloud, AI, and IoT; and much more.

Smarter edge, smarter world: Discover the autonomous edge

13 June 2019

Whether it’s in self-driving vehicles, mixed reality, or smart buildings, the autonomous edge has incredible potential to transform our lives for the better. In this post, we'll review four challenges to a smarter edge, and how to get started with Azure IoT Edge.

Senior Director, Azure IoT Marketing

Microsoft hosts HL7 FHIR DevDays

07 June 2019

One of the largest gatherings of healthcare IT developers will come together on the Microsoft campus next week for HL7 FHIR DevDays, with the goal of advancing the open standard for interoperable health data, called HL7® FHIR® (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, pronounced “fire”).

Chief Architect, Microsoft Healthcare

Build more accurate forecasts with new capabilities in automated machine learning

06 June 2019

Build more accurate forecasts with the release of capabilities in automated machine learning. Have scenarios that require have gaps in training data or need to apply contextual data to improve your forecast or need to apply lags to your features? Learn more about the new capabilities that can assist you.

Senior Program Manager, Azure Machine Learning

Using Text Analytics in call centers

05 June 2019

Azure Cognitive Services provides Text Analytics APIs that simplify extracting information from text data using natural language processing and machine learning. These APIs wrap pre-built language processing capabilities, for example, sentiment analysis, key phrase extraction, entity recognition, and language detection.

Principal Program Manager, Azure Cognitive Services

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