Microsoft is moving ahead with its work to bring Azure cloud capabilities to companies that need satellite, geospatial and other space-related technologies
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A nearly eight-hour outage affected Azure users globally who were using Windows VMs and services dependent on them.
Microsoft is gearing up to make billing changes around subscriptions for a number of its business software services that could have negative effects on partners and customers.
The Microsoft Cloud is going to get bigger, more deeply integrated and more vertically focused in 2022. Here are my predictions for the fastest growing piece of Redmond's business.
Microsoft is readying its next vertical cloud, the Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services, for general availability next month.
Microsoft's new Strategic Missions and Technologies team, headed by Jason Zander, will group Microsoft's evolving Federal, Azure Space, telco, and quantum computing businesses.
Former AWS exec Charlie Bell to head new Microsoft Security, Compliance, Identity, and Management org
Microsoft announced former AWS bigwig Charlie Bell would lead a new engineering organization and report to CEO Nadella only after Microsoft comes to a resolution with Amazon.
Microsoft is expecting to add cloud datacenters in at least 10 more countries this year. It's launching a new virtual datacenter tour to show off how a 'typical' Microsoft datacenter works.
Microsoft's Windows 365 Cloud PC service is now generally available, and pricing is public. The service will cost users anywhere between $20 to $162 per user per month, based on cores, RAM and storage.
Microsoft is bundling together tools and templates for customers who care about achieving environmental sustainability and marketing the package as 'Cloud for Sustainability.'