Microsoft Cloud services to empower NGOs in India

Business Standard. As part of Microsoft’s ‘Public Cloud for Good’ initiative, Microsoft India is making Microsoft Azure Cloud services broadly available to eligible non-profit organizations, bringing the power of technology to them. Qualifying non-profits can avail free Azure credits worth US $5000 for a year to unlock benefits such as insight, agility and operational efficiency.

Link: Microsoft Cloud services to empower NGOs in India
via http://www.business-standard.com

Caspio Introduces Breakthrough SEO Technology for Cloud Database Apps

Mountain View, Calif., November 2009 – Caspio, Inc. (www.caspio.com), provider of the leading cloud computing platform for creating web applications without programming, today announced the release of its groundbreaking new SEO deployment method, empowering web publishers to easily make their data available to the largest possible audience.

Link: Caspio Introduces Breakthrough SEO Technology for Cloud Database Apps
via http://www.promotionworld.com

Rethinking Mobile Strategy for Better Customer Engagement

Delivering value to customers goes a long way in making any kind of business successful. In this commoditized mobile world, it is crucial for marketers to invest in order to have a loyal customer base. Marketing teams often need to merge with product teams in order to ensure that their mobile…

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​’Safe and predictable’ Windows 10 S won’t run Linux, says Microsoft

Just because Linux distributions are coming to the Windows Store, it doesn’t mean they will work on laptops running Microsoft’s streamlined Windows 10 Microsoft wants to clear up any confusion over two recent announcements. At the beginning of May it unveiled Windows 10 a fast-booting, locked-down version of Windows 10 that can only install apps from the Windows Store and is restricted to Microsoft’s Edge browser.

Link: ​’Safe and predictable’ Windows 10 S won’t run Linux, says Microsoft
via http://www.zdnet.com

Microsoft to open African cloud datacentre region in 2018

Microsoft is to offer African businesses access to locally hosted cloud services, provided from datacentres in Johannesburg and Cape Town, from 2018. The software giant is investing an unspecified sum in expanding its datacentre footprint in the continent to provide businesses operating in the region with local access to its Azure public cloud service, as well as Office 365 and Dynamics 365.

Link: Microsoft to open African cloud datacentre region in 2018
via http://www.computerweekly.com

Verizon Releases Tap-to-Talk SDK for Mobile Apps

New service enables seamless shift from self- to agent-assisted service within mobile apps, while maintaining enterprise security controls. New service enables seamless shift from self- to agent-assisted service within mobile apps, while maintaining enterprise security controls. If Verizon Enterprise Solutions has its way, the days of the siloed self-service mobile app will soon be behind us.

Link: Verizon Releases Tap-to-Talk SDK for Mobile Apps
via http://www.nojitter.com

Legal Geek breaks new ground with first cyber security event

Legal Geek took its first foray into the world of cyber security and data protection on Tuesday 28th March 2017 with a meetup for over 100 LawTech professionals at Campus London in Old Street with LawTech start-ups encouraged to see opportunity not obstacles.
The evening, sponsored by new Legal…

Link: Legal Geek breaks new ground with first cyber security event
via http://www.legalgeek.co