Last year, we launched Azure Communication Services to help businesses reach customers—enabled by voice, video, text chat, and connections into short message service (SMS) and public switched telephone network (PSTN)—across applications, websites, and mobile platforms.
Microsoft Kaizala is a secure work management and mobile messaging app for mobile-only users. Today, we’re sharing some of our learnings about managing and scaling an enterprise grade productivity app resulting from the increased usage related to working from home.
At Microsoft, we’ve expanded our partnerships, including Volkswagen, LG Electronics, Faurecia, TomTom, and more, and taken the wraps off new thinking such as at CES, where we recently demonstrated our approach to in-vehicle compute and software architecture.
We’re constantly working to improve your user experience in the Azure portal. Our goal is to offer you a productive and easy-to-use single-pane-of glass where you can build, manage, and monitor your Azure services, applications, and infrastructure.
Azure Maps is proud to share the preview of a new set of Weather Services for Azure customers to integrate into their applications.
I’m excited to announce some new capabilities added to Azure Maps. We’re unveiling some highly useful features to further bolster Azure Maps to ensure our enterprise customers have everything they…
This week Mapbox announced it will integrate its Vision SDK with the Microsoft Azure IoT platform, enabling developers to build innovative applications and solutions for smart cities, the automotive…
Stay connected to your Azure resources – anytime, anywhere. The Azure mobile app gives you the freedom to access and monitor your Azure resources. You can keep an eye on your most important resources…
See how Azure, Visual Studio, Xamarin, and Visual Studio App Center give you the flexible, yet robust, tools and services to build, test, deploy, and continuously improve Android and iOS apps.
Today we announced the public preview availability of Azure Location Based Services (LBS) – A portfolio of geospatial service APIs natively integrated into Azure that enable developers, enterprises…