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Microsoft brings three new Azure Specialization courses to Coursera

Coursera is collaborating with Microsoft to bring opportunities for skilling in Azure to its 80 million learners. The partnership will see Coursera offer three Microsoft Azure Specialization courses on its platform. Launching immediately is Azure Fundamentals which gives learners a foundational understanding of Azure cloud services. It also gives basic

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Here is what you should know about Microsoft Build 2021 May digital event

Registration for Microsoft Build 2021 is opened and it will be a completely free digital-only event. It will be in the form of a 48 hour long virtual interactive experience available across all the time zones. Microsoft's developer-focused event will start from 3 PM GMT, 6 PM EAT, 5 PM

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Blue Prism brings enterprise-grade intelligent robotic process automation to Azure

Blue Prism announces a new offering of intelligent automation software on Microsoft’s AppSource and Azure Marketplaces. Enhancing access for both Blue Prism and Microsoft customers. The partnership underwrites Blue Prism’s position as an intelligent automation and robotic process automation (RPA) leader in the cloud. Blue Prism customers already have access to

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Win $4000 in the Remote Resilience online hackathon

BeMyApp and Microsoft present an online hackathon centered around remote work. Dubbed the Remote Resilience Online Hackathon. The competition let's you showcase your remote work idea using Microsoft technology. The competition invites startups, individuals and teams with ideas around and not limited to Remote Collaboration & Productivity, Remote Secure Access

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Microsoft to launch Israel datacenter region in 2021

Microsoft will establish a new datacenter region in Israel in 2021. The Israel datacenter will start by offering customers Azure cloud services and followed later by Office 365 services. The new datacenter region will enable customers use Microsoft's advanced technologies. Whiles adhering to data residency requirements to store data within

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Microsoft experiences month on month double digit growth in Africa Datacenter

Microsoft's open source team hosted the first open cloud summit in Johannesburg, South Africa. The summit powered by Microsoft Azure, showcased some of the most innovative open source technologies in the Azure cloud. Microsoft South Africa, Azure Business Group Lead, Johannes Kanis revealed key momentum and engagements of customers

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