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Farming may not be the first industry that comes to mind when we think of technological advancement, but that's changing — fast.
In case it wasn't already clear that Microsoft is big on the concept of mixed reality (read: augmented and virtual reality), the company is about to drive the point home. It's inviting the media to a Windows Mixed Reality event in San Francisco on October 3rd, and it promises that you'll see "where Microsoft is headed next" in the wearable technology space
Microsoft today announced the preview launch of a new family of virtual machines for its Azure cloud computing platform that’s specifically geared toward bursty workloads. Microsoft argues that these so-called B-series machines, which are currently the lowest-cost Azure machines with flexible CPU usage, should work well for workloads like web servers, small databases and dev/test environments.
Microsoft Office 365 F1 Plans replace Microsoft Office 365 K Plans. These Microsoft Office 365 plans are designed to connect and engage firstline workers. Purpose-built to meet varied demands across multiple industries, these plans deliver the key capabilities to manage and unlock the skills, knowledge, and expertise of your firstline workforce.
As a large urban school board with a diverse student population, CBE wanted to achieve its goal in part through a digital transformation in the classroom that ensures equal access for all students to a varied set of technology tools. Recently, CBE added Windows 10 devices, including tablets and Microsoft Surface Pro 3, to its heterogeneous IT environment.
CALGARY, AB — August 15, 2017 — Betach Solutions, a gold certified, and Tier 1 Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), announced the hiring of a new Vice President of Cloud Services, Terry Schmidt.
University of Calgary provides email accounts for its students, faculty, staff, alumni, emeriti, and retirees. The university was running three different email systems and wanted to move to a single platform, so it chose Microsoft Office 365.
On August 9, Microsoft put the Groups Expiration Policy into preview. Or, as the blog says, “automated expiration.” The new policy helps tenants keep the spread of Groups under control by timing them out after a set period, after which the expired groups are first soft-deleted and then permanently removed.