In partnership with several manufacturing companies, Microsoft aims to enable seamless connectivity, data analysis, and AI-driven insights across the production process. By leveraging Azure's capabilities, manufacturers can optimize production operations, improve equipment maintenance, and enhance product quality.
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In this article, we’ll look at several levers that Azure provides to help organizations maximize the cost benefits of migrating .NET and Java apps to the cloud. One of the things to note about cost optimization is that it’s not only about the price, and the many factors may result in a compelling total cost of ownership.
For our own troubleshooting needs, the Azure Data Explorer team wanted to run ad-hoc queries on the massive telemetry data stream produced by our service. Finding no suitable solution, we decided to create one.
As generative AI continues to evolve, we anticipate a future where healthcare is increasingly able to handle more challenging cases and discover solutions to some of the most pressing healthcare issues facing individuals and communities worldwide today. Microsoft's innovative initiatives in this space highlight the immense potential of generative AI.
Microsoft values our ongoing collaboration with the security research community to not only identify vulnerabilities in our products and services but also to provide a more consistent and reliable experience for customers. With these new innovations, we can leverage existing work done by the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) in vulnerability reporting to bring actionable information to customers that is tailored to their unique environment.
Azure Virtual WAN (vWAN), networking-as-a-service, brings networking, security, and routing functionalities together to simplify networking in Azure. With ease of use and simplicity built in, vWAN is a one-stop shop to connect, protect, route traffic, and monitor your wide area network.
Four best practices to keep your Windows Server estate secure and up-to-date.
The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Speech Services platform is a comprehensive collection of technologies and services aimed at accelerating the incorporation of speech into applications and amplifying differentiation to the market as a result. Among the services available are Speech to Text, Text to Speech, custom neural voice (CNV) conversation transcription service, speaker recognition, Speech translation, Speech SDK, and Speech Device Development Kit (DDK).
Microsoft and Azure AI offer a range of accessibility solutions to help organizations create more inclusive experiences for their users. These AI-powered tools can help individuals with disabilities better access and engage with digital content, whether it's through speech-to-text transcription, image captioning, or text-to-speech translation.
Azure AI is driving innovation and improving experiences for employees, users, and customers in a variety of ways, from increasing workday productivity to promoting inclusion and accessibility. The…