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Creating customer delight with SAP and Microsoft

‘RISE with SAP on Microsoft Azure has really helped us in taking our digital journey forward,’ says Luminous Power Technologies’ Chander Khanduja

Powering Carhartt with SAP and Microsoft

The US-based workwear manufacturer has replaced its entire IT infrastructure, driving flexibility, agility and insight across its business

Oracle returns to growth

The software maker’s quarterly revenue exceeded analysts’ expectations, as remote working drove greater demand for its cloud-computing services

Human connection is more important than ever as the world battles COVID-19

The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted supply chains and impacted productivity globally. In this period of uncertainty, organisations can still succeed by embracing empathetic leadership and innovative technologies

SAP announces three-year cloud partnership with Microsoft

SAP’s partnership with Microsoft is set to strengthen both companies’ grip on the cloud services sector

The life of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has died aged 65. He was a celebrated figure in the technology sector, both for his programming nous and his remarkable philanthropy

Microsoft boosts green energy portfolio with General Electric agreement

The partnership between Microsoft and GE will see the two companies work together to support wind energy and battery storage technology in Ireland

Microsoft advances in the cloud computing space with latest acquisition

Microsoft’s purchase of Cycle Computing could see high-performance applications move from Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services to Microsoft’s Azure platform

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Microsoft announces South African data centres

Microsoft’s planned data centres in Johannesburg and Cape Town are designed to tap South Africa’s growing cloud storage market

Speech recognition software now as good as humans

Microsoft has announced it has developed speech recognition software that is as accurate as a professional transcriptionist

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Why Microsoft’s $26bn purchase of LinkedIn makes perfect sense

In the company’s biggest ever deal, Microsoft is about to buy LinkedIn for a staggering $26bn. By connecting itself with LinkedIn’s network of 433 million professionals, Microsoft could soon see a surge in sales, marketing and recruiting services

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Windows phone needs Android apps, says ex-Microsoft CEO

Microsoft’s former CEO Steve Ballmer believes that the missing ingredient to make the Windows phone a success is Android application compatibility

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