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Microsoft to unify app development for 1 billion Windows 10 devices

To help developers build apps for modern work using Microsoft 365 and Windows platforms, Microsoft has unveiled Project Reunion to unifying app development across...

Microsoft opens Azure quantum platform for developers

Microsoft has announced to make its Azure platform for quantum computing available for select developers and enterprises as a limited preview. At its Build...

Microsoft unveils enormous supercomputer to train large AI models

Microsoft has built a new powerful supercomputer in collaboration with Artificial Intelligence (AI) startup OpenAI, making new infrastructure available in Azure to train extremely...

Microsoft enables Visual Studio environment extension for Teams

Microsoft has announced to allow software developers build apps for Teams in its Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code, ranked as the two most...

Microsoft’s developer event ‘Build 2020’ sessions now free for all

Microsoft has opened registration for the virtual edition of its ‘Build 2020 developer conference scheduled from May 19-21. Anyone can attend the online-only event...
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NetApp Partners with Google Cloud to Maximise Flexibility for Cloud Data Storage

NetApp, the intelligent data infrastructure company, today announced an expansion of its partnership with Google Cloud to make it easier for organisations to leverage their data for generative AI (GenAI) and other hybrid cloud workloads

NETGEAR Unveils Enhanced GS305PP 5-Port PoE+ Gigabit Switches: Empowering Seamless Connectivity for Soho

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Total Economic Impact Study Reveals a 209% ROI Using Qlik Cloud Analytics

Qlik, a global leader in data integration, analytics, and AI, released the results of a commissioned Total Economic Impact (TEI) study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Qlik, examining the potential return on investment (ROI) of Qlik Cloud Analytics on their organizations
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