I’m excited to share today new programs and innovations across our enterprise cloud portfolio to help partners achieve even more for their customers. Most importantly, I’m excited to share how partners and customers are already changing the world with the Microsoft Cloud.
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Identity systems have an opportunity to solve for some physical world problems, but these problems are exacerbated by unique and complex conditions across the globe. The opportunity is humbling and the problems and people involved are awe inspiring.
We are excited to announce an Azure Support upgrade for our most committed enterprise customers.
I’m excited to introduce two new papers that address common topics our customers often ask about. Both papers were designed to help you understand how Microsoft addresses complex processes so you can adopt Azure Cloud Services.
We’re pleased to announce that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will deliver the opening keynote at Microsoft Ignite 2016 in September.
Long before long-distance collaboration was feasible, an interesting example of interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation took place somewhat by accident—at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in its now-famous Building 20.
Innovation through collaboration: A common concept in the open source community that has yielded some amazing achievements and helped shape modern software.
How do devs spend more time on what makes their app different and unique, and less time on plumbing and infrastructure?
Haven’t heard of Microsoft Envision? That’s because it is a new, business-focused conference launching in New Orleans April 4-6, tailored towards business leaders in operations, finance, sales, marketing, and IT.
I had the pleasure of addressing the Open Compute Project (OCP) U.S. Summit to speak about the advantages of an open approach to cloud computing and share Microsoft’s latest innovation with the community.