Microsoft aims to train and certify 15,000 workers on A.I. skills by 2022

Microsoft is investing in certification and training for a range of A.I.-related skills in partnership with education provider General Assembly, the companies announced this morning. The goal is to train some 15,000 people by 2022 in order to increase the pool of A.I. talent around the world. The training will focus on A.I., machine learning, […]

Red Hat and Microsoft are cozying up some more with Azure Red Hat OpenShift

It won’t be long before Red Hat becomes part of IBM, the result of the $34 billion acquisition last year that is still making its way to completion. For now, Red Hat continues as a stand-alone company, and is if to flex its independence muscles, it announced its second agreement in two days with Microsoft […]

Windows 10 was mostly MIA at Build 2019. Does it matter?

Microsoft didn’t have much to say about Windows 10 at Build 2019, and the biggest announcements that touch Windows were, in fact, cloud services accessible through the desktop OS. What does that mean for the future of Windows 10?
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Everything announced at Microsoft Build 2019, from Edge to Azure

If you’re excited about what Microosft has in store for everyone over the next few years, checking out its keynote at the annual build show is a great way to do it. Here’s everything Microsoft announced during Build 2019.
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