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Microsoft invests in more renewable energy for US data centers
Microsoft has announced an agreement with EDP Renewables to execute two 15-year power purchase agreements (PPA).
Gartner: iPaaS model “simply not profitable”
It predicts that up to two-thirds of the existing integration platform as a service vendors will be acquired or exited in the next four years.
Hire company deepens equipment visibility with IoT
Kennards Hire has worked with Microsoft to develop an intelligent edge IoT system that will allow detailed monitoring and reporting across their assets.
Kiwi businesses set for a tech-fuelled boom - Microsoft
“Given rising costs, widespread labour shortages and greater competition, technology is increasingly a critical factor in business growth."
Microsoft bolsters green portfolio with 74MW solar investment
The tech giant’s latest investment brings its total renewable energy portfolio to more than 1.3 gigawatts.
Microsoft launches its first data centres in Africa
In launching the two new facilities, Microsoft becomes the first global provider to deliver cloud services from data centres on the continent.
Bridgewest deal a welcome boost for Provoke Solutions
“Partnerships with global leaders like Bridgewest are extremely hard to come by in New Zealand, which makes this new relationship all the more exciting for our team.”
Veritas Backup Exec certified for Microsoft Azure and Windows Server 2019
“Veritas and Microsoft are working together so that customers can protect their critical business applications across the cloud."
Sophos Mobile Security now integrates Microsoft Intune
In the case of a threat or compromise, intelligence insights can help administrators decide when to lock down an individual endpoint and deny access corporate data.
Wipro to integrate security offerings with Azure and Office 365
Wipro’s Cyber Defense Platform aims to assist customers with security operations, security monitoring and risk governance in their cloud migration journey.
GlobalSign, Microsoft join forces to strengthen mobile security
This provides greater assurances that the identity in the certificate matches the identity associated with the Intune policy set forth for the device/user.
TIBCO named leader in integration platform-as-a-service by Forrester
IPaaS and hybrid integration platform (HIP) providers are gaining recognition as strategic elements of digital transformation.
Inmarsat teams up with Microsoft to deliver cloud via satellite
"Our goal is to enable customers to take advantage of connected IoT solutions no matter where they are in their journey."
Microsoft HoloLens 2 more 'immersive' than ever
The original HoloLens was released in 2016 but since then, mixed reality has come a long way, according to Microsoft’s Julia White.
Ribbon’s Microsoft-certified SBC powers Pure IP’s new direct routing offer
Pure IP has added the SBC 5400 to its suite of Ribbon products in order to offer Microsoft Direct Routing to its enterprise customers.
Microsoft urges organisations to tackle data blindspots
Despite significant focus placed on CX transformation, over a third of Australian organisations claimed that more than one in five of their projects failed.
Cryptomining apps discovered on Microsoft’s app store
It is believed that the eight apps were likely developed by the same person or group.
Microsoft, DigiCert, Utimaco tackle quantum computing threats
The algorithm could bring the world one step closer to a secure internet of things.
Theta's Designertech buyout is part of a $50m plan
Theta has plans to become a $50 million business by the end of 2020.
Microsoft launches bot service for healthcare sector
Microsoft has unleashed a new healthcare bot that provides cloud-based conversational AI to help patients take healthcare into their own hands.
Inside Xbox brings exciting news for gamers
The huge Game Pass library is due to swell even more with the upcoming inclusion of some must-have heavy hitters.
AWS’ on-premises play an admission of hybrid cloud's future
According to Nutanix’s Jeff Smith, public cloud is not - and never has been - a panacea, and it seems the world has finally caught up to that fact.
Could a boom in AI patents point to a ‘quantum leap' in tech?
The upsurge in patent applications for devices and machines powered by AI in the last five years, suggests that it could soon revolutionise all areas of daily life.
Accenture and Microsoft strengthen bond with new business group
The new group elevates a longstanding strategic alliance, expanding combined service capabilities, global scale and joint solution development.