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The fact that Microsoft recently made in error in reporting a massive Azure surge is understandable. But its lame correction to that error is unacceptable.
Every time I start to get the impression that Microsoft is trying to do too many things too quickly, I take a look at comments from CFO Amy Hood.
Last week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella predicted that tech spending is set to double in the next decade. I’veI outlined 6 key factors in this ongoing surge.
Here’s what stood out to me in Microsoft Azure CTO Mark Russinovich’s latest blog post about how the team is boosting Azure reliability.
Microsoft Azure has become more popular than Amazon’s AWS as the public-cloud infrastructure of choice, according to a Goldman Sachs survey of 100 CIOs.
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It was fascinating to hear Azure exec Jason Zander describe Microsoft’s billion-dollar cloud deals, and how the company has been able to land them.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella posted an intriguing video on LinkedIn this week extolling the virtues of what he called a “hyperscale limitless database.”
LinkedIn choosing to move its 645 million users to Azure poses some interesting questions. Ex: what features of the Microsoft cloud convinced LinkedIn?
12 months from now, Microsoft will likely bring in $50 billion in cloud revenue. Here are the three strategic reasons why that matters.
In a new blog post, Microsoft Azure CTO Mark Russinovich spelled out the nature of three recent cloud failures and oulined changes to come. Here’s my take.
Microsoft has massive influence as the world’s #1 cloud-computing provider, so it is inevitably a major player in the revolution in the SaaS business.
Read my take on the strategic partnership between Volkswagen and Microsoft that’s transforming the auto maker into a software company focused on mobility.
ExxonMobil and Albertsons are the latest massive companies to buy Microsoft cloud to accelerate their digital transformations. Here’s why it matters.
What I find most interesting about Microsoft corporate VP for Azure marketing Julia White’s recent comments about SAP workloads migrating to Azure.
Microsoft has posted 2018 cloud revenue of $32.2 billion, giving it an insurmountable lead as the world’s largest cloud provider over Amazon.
The Microsoft-Kroger partnership allows the grocery giant to morph into a technology company that develops and sells modern cloud-based retail solutions.