Microsoft announced the Azure Mixed Reality services alongside HoloLens 2 at the 2019 Mobile World Congress. The details for HoloLens 2 were impressive, to say the least. If you haven’t seen the announcement yet check out this video summary here:
Once your business has decided to go to the cloud, there are quite a few things that need to be done to create a path for success. The articles in this series give a high-level explanation of the questions that have to be answered prior to deployment.
Azure Notebooks are available currently in public preview and bring a lot of great functionality to Data Scientists and Developers at no cost!
Kinect was introduced as an accessory for the Xbox in 2010 and retired as a product in 2017 without ever gaining traction in the Home/Gaming market. Continue reading
Cloud computing; while sometimes compared with the virtualization of computing applications, power, and storage that deploys “pay-as-you-go” web services, the characteristics of this emerging model have made it much more than a buzzword in technology circles today. Continue reading
Build 2018 had a few strong themes this year, but arguably the most pervasive was the push on Artificial Intelligence. Microsoft’s AI push at build had two major pushes.
Cloud services have become more and more useful to businesses as technology has advanced. Today, the cloud isn’t just a place to keep your data: It’s a place to share resources, utilize software and more.
The cloud and various cloud computing trends have made their mark on the world in the past several years. Going into 2018, that trend isn’t going to stop. In fact, most IT executives and business owners are already looking forward to what 2018 will bring as far as cloud computing is concerned.
As the cloud has become more trusted and more established in many different industries, it has also become more effective and efficient. It’s grown beyond a place to simply store data into a service that provides secure, flexible software applications and even operating systems.