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Microsoft Azure Compliance Offerings

Azure compliance offerings are based on various types of assurances, including formal certifications, attestations, validations, authorizations, and assessments produced by independent third-party auditing firms, as well as contractual amendments, self-assessments, and customer guidance documents produced by Microsoft.  Each offering description in this document provides an up to date scope statement indicating which Azure customer-facing services are in scope for the assessment, as well as links to downloadable resources to assist customers with their own compliance obligations. Azure compliance offerings are grouped into four segments: globally applicable, US government, industry specific, and region/country specific. 

Last Updated: 03/09/2023

Microsoft programmable RAN platform with dynamic service models

Learn how an enhanced RAN telemetry, analytics and AI can unleash the potential of programmable networks addressing operational efficiency and performance. 

Building cost-efficient cloud-native 5G SA Networks: A TCO Comparison

Learn how the Azure Operator Nexus hybrid cloud platform lowers total cost of ownership (TCO) for telecom operators  

Future of Mobile Networks and Cloud Computing

The ability of operators and hyperscalers to partner will largely be governed by the simplicity, security, and resilience of the mobile-to-cloud experience and is thus deeply important to both the operator and the cloud provider.

Top Emerging Tech Overview: Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI)

Discover how explainable AI (XAI) helps human users understand, trust, and govern the decisions made by AI systems. Read the 2022 Forrester report, Top Emerging Tech Overview: Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI), to get a quick glimpse into XAI— what it solves, how it fuels innovation, and why it’s one of today’s top emerging technologies. 

Explore the report and learn how XAI technology:

  • Instills trust in AI systems by providing transparency behind a model’s predictions. 
  • Continues to expand into the mainstream as organisations adopt new and innovative AI and machine learning solutions. 
  • Resolves the urgent need to comply with regulatory standards for companies operating in Europe as well as other regulated industries, such as finance, healthcare, retail, and manufacturing.

Enterprises Must Invest in AI Platforms to Empower Multirole AI Teams

Learn why AI has the potential to enhance and augment human analysis and decision-making for enterprise use cases. Read the 2022 Forrester report, Enterprises Must Invest in AI Platforms to Empower Multirole AI Teams, to explore AI and machine learning platforms—and see what to consider when choosing one for your organisation.

Find out how to:

  • Develop robust applications to address complex use cases.
  • Embed AI in applications to personalise business interactions and automate decisions and processes. 
  • Enable data science teams to collaborate with app developers, IT teams, and subject matter experts.

Visualise Your DevOps Workflow

This tool is presented by Developer Velocity Lab, a Microsoft Research and GitHub initiative.

Visualising your end-to-end DevOps workflow can be tough. Being able to see your workflow will allow you to see your strengths and where you have room to optimise your tooling. The DevOps Workflow Generator will allow you to configure and visualise your specific workflow – exportable in one easy to read report that you can download on demand.

Additionally, we will be taking the aggregated, anonymous data from this tool and reporting out to you the latest trends that we find. We are excited to learn more and to share our findings with you.  

Digital Transformation and the Art of the Possible

A Frost & Sullivan survey of more than 800 IT decision-makers found improving operational efficiencies, growing revenue, and increasing innovation to be top priorities. Read the white paper, Digital Transformation and the Art of the Possible, to learn how real organisations:

  • Achieved business priorities and remained competitive by adopting a cloud-first approach. 
  • Freed IT staff to focus on innovation and creative solutions that positively impact their bottom lines by outsourcing ERP infrastructure.
  • Simplified operations, deepened customer relationships, and empowered staff to focus on building their brands using RISE with SAP on Azure.

Exploring the Possibilities of Low Code

Demand for business applications rises every day and developers try to keep up. If you ever feel stuck doing repetitive tasks, with no time for creative ideas, you are not alone. Low-code tools help you use your best skills and deliver solutions faster.

Dive into the e-book, Exploring the Possibilities of Low Code: How Pro Developers Can Cook Up Innovation, for ingredients to create business apps with speed and elegance—to beat deadlines and free up time for you to focus on things you do best. This recipe-style guide takes you into the code kitchen to explore:

  • Scenarios and design-thinking exercises that help you imagine what you could create with Microsoft Power Apps.
  • Integration with more than 325 prebuilt connectors for Microsoft and other services, including GitHub.
  • Simplified database management with Azure SQL and an API-first approach to securely scale line of business apps.

The Developer’s 7-Step Guide to Low-Code App Development

Learn how to accelerate foundational app development with The Developer’s 7-Step Guide to Low-Code App Development. Explore using pre-built connectors and custom APIs in Microsoft Power Apps to integrate cloud-based and on-premises data and add powerful in-app intelligence in real-time.

Learn these 7 steps to start using Power Apps:

  1. Define data for your app
  2. Design the interface
  3. Apply business logic
  4. Use data visualisations
  5. Add reporting
  6. Validate and publish 
  7. Share your app with your colleagues