IT Insight: Come together with cloud computing by Microsoft Azure

Source:-https://www.seacoastonline.com The biggest challenge we face, is the lack of our ability to come together. Because of this, the technology industry has seen a major shift toward cloud computing. Defined as a web-based computing model, cloud computing allows users to share information with other devices and computers instantly. This can allow multiple people to access the same files and data with minimal effort and can also give users the option to easily store large amounts of data. The way the

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Demand for AWS talent outpaces Azure, Google Cloud: reportDemand for AWS talent outpaces Azure, Google Cloud: report

Source:-https://www.ciodive.com/ Dive Brief IT leaders are eight times more likely to search for experts with AWS skills than Google Cloud Platform or Microsoft Azure, according to data from Hired’s State of Software Engineers 2021 report, published Wednesday. The report examined thousands of candidate interview requests and salary data. Redux.js, Google Cloud, React.js and AWS skills top the list of most in-demand coding skills, according to the report. Demand for cloud skills grew as most companies turned to the cloud to

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Database as a Service Market 2021-2025: Top Companies Azure, Amazon, Zoho, Big Query, SimpleDB, Caspio, Kintone, IBM, Socrata, Backand, Intel, Fusioo, Matrix EDC, Novi, Zadara, Unify

Source;-https://neighborwebsj.com/ The latest market report Global Database as a Service Market report is a detailed research and statistical analysis given by IMR Research to offer a comprehensive and an in-depth study over the market with the help of regional demand estimation forecast, drivers, challenges, opportunities, threats, opportunities, etc. The report also contains Pre-Commodity pricing volatility where our experts composes a detailed study of the market in order to draw the inference that are in the market and deduce them to

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Microsoft Releases Application Guard for Office, Plus Azure Security Center and Azure Defender for IoT Products

Source:-https://redmondmag.com/ Microsoft this week described a few security products that have reached “general availability” (GA) or commercial-release status, while also touting its overall security-market position. Reaching GA are some Azure Security Center capabilities, Azure Defender for IoT and Application Guard for Office. These releases were announced on Wednesday. On Tuesday, Microsoft’s security-business prowess was highlighted in the company’s fiscal-year 2021 Q2 earning report given by Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s CEO. He noted that Microsoft’s security solutions revenue recently surpassed $10 billion.

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Security researchers find Azure Functions vulnerability

Source:-https://www.securitymagazine.com/ Intezer researchers discovered a new vulnerability in Azure Functions, which would allow an attacker to escalate privileges and escape the Azure Functions Docker container to the Docker host. Azure Functions is a serverless compute service that allows users to run code without having to provision or manage infrastructure. Azure Functions is Microsoft’s equivalent to Amazon Web Services’ well-known Lambda service, says Intezer. After an internal assessment Microsoft has determined that the vulnerability has no security impact on Function users

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Microsoft Azure Cloud Computing Grows 50 Percent, Xbox Sales Sees Boost During Pandemic

Source:-https://gadgets.ndtv.com/ Microsoft on Tuesday reported its Azure cloud computing services grew 50 percent, the second quarter of acceleration in a business that had begun to slow as the global pandemic benefited the software maker’s investment on working and learning from home. The company’s shares rose 5 percent in extended trading after gaining about 41 percent in 2020 as COVID-19 shifted computing to areas where the software maker has bet big. It also saw a surprise recovery in sales on the

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Microsoft Reports ‘Blowout’ Quarter As Azure Revenue Surges 50 Percent

Source:-https://www.crn.com/ Microsoft is seeing a re-acceleration of growth in its Azure cloud platform, which helped drive results that blew past Wall Street expectations for the company’s latest quarter. The Redmond, Wash.-based company on Tuesday reported that revenue for Azure spiked 50 percent during its fiscal second quarter of 2021, ended Dec. 31, compared to the same period a year earlier. That’s even faster growth than during Microsoft’s previous quarter sequentially, when Azure revenue had climbed 48 percent year-over-year. In total,

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Google Cloud has reportedly closed the performance gap on AWS and Azure

Source:-https://www.techradar.com/ The cloud computing landscape appears to be in rude health after new analysis found that the three industry heavyweights were all showing ongoing performance improvements. That’s according to the 2021 Cloud Report from Cockroach Labs, which claimed that Google Cloud has made up ground in a number of areas on rivals AWS and Microsoft Azure. “Working with each of the three major cloud providers, we worked to optimize all microbenchmarks to be more accurate and representative of real-world performance,”

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Reliance General Insurance uses Microsoft Azure AI-tech for rapid claim settlement

Source:-https://www.autocarpro.in The company says India is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing auto insurance markets, relies largely on traditional ways to renew policies and process repair claims, which usually required inspectors to physically look over vehicles and assess damages. This leads to a delay in the process of inspection, resulting in keeping the cars and policyholders off the road for longer. To mitigate this challenge, Reliance General Insurance collaborated with Celebal Technologies, a Microsoft partner, to create the new

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Microsoft working on Arm-based chips for Azure, Surface

Source:-https://www.crn.com.au Microsoft is reportedly designing Arm-based chips for Azure servers and some Surface PCs, signaling the computer giant’s increasing willingness to lower its reliance on Intel. Bloomberg reported Friday that the Redmond, Wash.-based company is working on in-house processor designs for its own servers that run Azure, mirroring an effort by Amazon Web Services, which has already began offering cloud instances using its own Arm-based server CPUs, Graviton. The news organization, which cited unnamed sources familiar with the plans, said

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