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How H&R Block is using Azure OpenAI Service to bring ease to American taxpayers this season 

Today, thousands of organizations around the world are using Azure OpenAI service to drive meaningful business impact for people and society. We are seeing increased usage from AI-first startups like DeepBrain, Perplexity, and SymphonyAI, as well as the world’s biggest companies.

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Explore cutting-edge AI solutions with Microsoft at NVIDIA GTC 

By Product Marketing Manager, Azure AI Infrastructure

Join Microsoft at the NVIDIA GTC AI Conference March 18–21 at booth #1108 in San Jose, CA (or virtually) to discover how these cutting-edge Azure AI services and supercomputing infrastructure in the cloud can help power your AI transformation.

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Advancing Microsoft Azure resilience with Chaos Studio 

By Chief Technology Officer and Technical Fellow, Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure Chaos Studio solution helps you measure, understand, improve, and maintain the resilience of your application through hypothesis-driven chaos experiments.

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Published • 5 min read

Dive into the future of cloud analytics with the Fabric Career Hub 

By Vice President of Product, Microsoft Fabric and Power BI

As part of our Fabric Community Hub—a virtual hangout for Fabric users to connect with community members, ask questions, and learn—we’ve developed the Fabric Career Hub. It’s your all-in-one repository for Fabric know-how, featuring every learning resource we have to help you ditch the data silos, streamline your workflows, and unleash the hidden potential of your information.

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Published • 6 min read

Achieving sustainable growth with Azure and FinOps best practices  

By Vice President of Program Management, Health and Standards, and General Manager, Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability

With Azure Carbon Optimization, engineering and IT teams can use ready-to-consume insights and recommendations for optimizing their carbon emissions, all within the Azure portal. Microsoft Azure emissions insights enable data analysts and engineers to dive deeper into emissions data, allowing them to slice and dice the data and perform deeper analytics using Microsoft Fabric. 

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