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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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Microsoft announces winners of Remote Resilience Online Hackathon

Five solutions have been selected as winners of the Microsoft sponsored Remote Resilience Online Hackathon. The hackathon organized by BeMyApp sought to unearth new innovations in remote work during this Covid-19 pandemic era. Inviting ideas from individuals and organizations across the Middle East and Africa region. Easy Gas, an IoT

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Standard Bank moves SAP services to Microsoft Azure

Standard Bank South Africa is moving its core SAP Cloud Platform services to Microsoft Azure to significantly improve customer experience. This accelerates the digital transformation of SAP customers to S/4HANA by partnering with Microsoft and using jointly developed reference architectures, roadmaps, and industry best practices. Many enterprises are looking to

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MultiChoice to leverage AI, Mixed Reality, other technologies in changing audience experiences

MultiChoice Group is rethinking its business strategies in a rapidly changing industry. The company is using Microsoft technologies in its digital transformation journey to adapt and deliver content. Using technologies such as artificial intelligence(AI), mixed reality(MR), big data analytics and cognitive services to become agile and innovative. In partnership with Microsoft

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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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