The Cost Details API is now generally available for use by Enterprise Agreement (EA) and Microsoft Customer Agreement (MCA) customers. This API provides on-demand download of the granular cost details (formerly referred to as usage details) associated with your Microsoft charges.
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While every industry is vulnerable to a ransomware attack, manufacturers are at a particular risk. While digitization and automation have helped transform the industry, it has simultaneously opened up new attack vectors within organizations. With the risks so high, an enterprise-level solution that provides visibility and protection like Microsoft Defender for IoT is essential.
For Microsoft Azure IoT, our vision is connecting devices at the edge to the cloud seamlessly and securely to power innovation. At this year’s Embedded World 2022, we’ll share how we’re delivering enhanced device security, seamless cloud integration, and device certification.
Fueled by the rapid expansion of the cloud, 5G is much more than a network upgrade—it will help create a new application paradigm and pave the way for the emergence of a new breed of network-intelligent applications that enable developers to solve problems previously out of reach.
Microsoft is committed to the responsible advancement of AI to enable every person and organization to achieve more. Over the last few months, we have talked about advancements in our Azure infrastructure, Cognitive Services, and Azure Machine Learning to make Azure better at supporting the AI needs of all our customers, regardless of their scale.
This spring, NVIDIA GTC will illustrate that commitment in detail, showcasing NVIDIA’s accelerated computing capabilities powering resources on Azure that highlight our ongoing commitment to HPC+AI computing across the spectrum of edge, on-premises, and the cloud, while extending data security and privacy capabilities to meet customer and business data needs.
The Asia-Pacific region has long been a strong manufacturing base and the sector continues to be a strong adopter of the internet of things (IoT). But as the latest Microsoft IoT Signals report shows, IoT is now much more widely adopted across verticals, and across the globe, with smart spaces—a key focus for many markets in the Asia-Pacific region—becoming one of the leading application areas.
In the year since Azure Space was announced, Microsoft has focused on extending its Azure Space ecosystem by partnering with industry leaders in the space community to empower customers and partners to achieve more. Today, Microsoft is expanding on its mission to make Azure Space the platform and ecosystem of choice for the space community through a new partnership with Airbus and the general availability of their premium satellite imagery and elevation data in Microsoft’s Azure Maps.
As AI becomes more deeply embedded in our everyday lives, it is incumbent upon all of us to be thoughtful and responsible in how we apply it to benefit people and society. Join our digital event, Put Responsible AI into Practice, to learn more about these updates, including new guidelines for product leaders and a Responsible AI dashboard for data scientists and developers.
AI is transforming business and the world. However, AI models learn from the data. Biases that exist in society will exist in the models. Human judgment must be the overriding factor, ensuring that AI models benefit and are inclusive of everyone. Equally important, AI must inspire trust in customers that their data is being used appropriately. These are key reasons that responsible approaches to AI are so critical, and you can learn how to put responsible AI into practice.