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Microsoft has unleashed Azure Intelligent Systems Service (AISS) targeted at the Internet of Things. This service can get to the insides of your refrigerators, garage door openers etc via web connected sensors that are part of the internet of things. This enables all levels of technical skill to leverage intelligence from these devices. More here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windows-embedded/archive/2014/04/15/microsoft-azure-intelligent-systems-service-limited-public-preview-now-available.aspx Right now it is in preview. Analytics Platform System (APS) also new is an appliance fancied as 'Big Data in a Box', With this you can query SQL Server or Hadoop data. It has wide spread range of data access, transactional systems, website logs, social media info, etc. Watch this video to see  how AISS is being used in London Underground Rail System Visit this site for participation de... (more)

Deixe-nos trabalhar com serviços de nuvem Azure -Azure in Brazil

Microsoft has announced Azure service from Brazil through its Azure South region located in Sao Paulo. It is now available for public preview. With Locally Redundant Storage data can remain in Brazil. Nature of Locally redundant replication: With locally redundant replication, storage account data is replicated three times within the same data center. Locally redundant replication is offered at discounted rates. Note that changing from Locally redundant replication to geo-replication will incur additional costs. More on Locally Redundant Replication here. http://azure.microsoft.com/e... (more)

Microsoft closes the gap with Apple and Google

Looking at Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 Developer preview you can really appreciate how fast Microsoft has bridged the gap that separated Windows Phone  from its competitors. Apple had its Siri (Voice based instant help) and Google its Google Now (Right information at just the right time). Now Microsoft has combined all these features in one, CORTANA, the vocie operated digital intelligence with a human voice behind it. This catch up with the major players is sure to improve Microsoft's Mobile presence and guarantees a solid position. Many other features are making an impact, tiles ... (more)

Red Hat steps into Microsoft's turf

Red Hat steps into Microsoft's turf offering a PaaS consisting of Microsoft.NET and SQL Server. This service is going to be offered (not ready yet) on Red Hat's OpenShift platform with UHURU software providing the code support. Open source UHURU was started by former MSFT Employees. About OpenShift:  When it starts working, Red Hat Open Shift will use Microsoft.NET and SQL server 'cartridges' on windows Server by itself or as a virtual server. In effect you can have a Microsoft.NET Cartridge to pair with third part database 'cartridge' allowing a great deal of flexibility. Of cours... (more)

Oracle Eloqua is about marketing from the cloud

The long and short of marketing is that traditional marketing (in-person) is too expensive to be effective. Oracle takes marekting to the clouds. The influencers to call upon in in-person marketing has grown to include health care providers, payors and those who influence prescriptions and to provide a personalized communication to each of these is challenging. Oracle has announced Oracel Eloqua for Life Sciences to day. Details of Oracle Eloqua can be found here: http://www.eloqua.com/industry-solutions/life-sciences.html The data sheet of Oracle Eloqua for Life Sciences can be foun... (more)