Microsoft has agreed to license its patents for Internet-connected cars to Toyota. The new entity, named Toyota Connect, will use Microsoft’s cloud computing platform Azure to crunch data and help develop new products for drivers, businesses with car fleets, and even dealers.
Microsoft’s PowerApps and Flow development tools will be generally available on November 1. This is the same day that Dynamics 365 goes on the company’s price list. Continue reading
Today Microsoft founder turned Philanthropist and Public Health Activist Bill Gates, turned 61! Congratulatory messages came in from all around world and all walks of life containing best wishes for one of the most celebrated man on the planet, a man who through Microsoft and his philanthropy work has touched the lives of millions of people around the work. Here are a few surprising facts about Bill Gates: Continue reading
Microsoft has partnered with Pearson VUE to make digital badges broadly available for Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs). Starting on October 21st, 2016, if you have passed a selection of exams or earned designated certifications, you will now be able to achievement more broadly via a verifiable digital badge, courtesy of Pearson’s digital badging platform, Acclaim Continue reading
New features geared towards helping you to work smarter and faster
As companies gather more and more data, Microsoft argues, it’s becoming imperative that the tools these companies use also become smarter. This means bringing better analytics to the workplace to help individual employees become more productive. Microsoft is planning to use machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver such tools to Office 365 and Dynamics 365 very soon. Continue reading
City of Joburg executive Mayor, Parks Tau has announced a partnership with Microsoft SA to train a million disadvantaged residents on digital literacy skills that include Microsoft Office Continue reading
Microsoft has unveiled an online certification program called “Microsoft Professional Degree” during the third day of the company’s Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto that took place this week. Continue reading