Ready or not, here’s an enlightening new enterprise customer story from Microsoft. Take a look at how four large corporations—ASOS, British Airways, Rockwell Automation, and GEICO—count on Microsoft Azure to deliver the capabilities and scalability they need to succeed. Whether it’s serving 167 million webpage requests over 24 hours (with accelerated response times), or providing valuable data analysis and business insights, Azure delivers.
More than 23,000 technology professionals are assembling in Chicago's McCormack Place this week for Microsoft Ignite: the software giant's biggest, baddest conference yet for the IT professional community. This conference covers the entire spectrum of Microsoft's Enterprise and education product offerings, replacing separate events for Exchange, Lync, Sharepoint and TechEd.
Industry pundits termed Tuesday's release of Skype for Business as a component of Office 365 a "game changer," for Microsoft's directive to host Enterprise Voice in the cloud. In our opinion, this is the most exciting development in office cloud technology. The best is yet to come.
Ford Motor Company is powering their business with the cloud in a big, bold way: By debuting a new, hybrid cloud-based service that will allow car owners to upgrade their in-vehicle infotainment systems automatically -- and like many of our customers, when it came to choosing a platform to run it on, they selected Microsoft Azure.