Microsoft Azure Updates

It’s been a really busy few weeks in Microsoft. We have a new CEO, we have launched Office on iPad and we have just come through Build 2014 where we announced all of our new innovations for developers, including our open source initiatives for .NET, Azure and of course Windows Phone/8.1 and our new universal…

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Win an XBox One!

For our Tech audiences in Ireland: Last month we launched our Nokia 520 competition where we invited you to download evaluations of Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows System Center 2012 R2. We got lots of feedback from you and as a result we are going to change the terms of the competition. Now for April,…

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Build 2014 Day 2: Guest Blog by Neil Turner

Neil Turner, our man on the ground in San Fran reports on Day 2 of Build. Neil Turner is one of Ireland’s top independent Windows developers having built Bus Nearby, Broadsheet, Fuel Nearby and Xbox apps and a convention veteran. Neil has agreed to be our man on the ground at Build and provide daily reports…

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Build 2014 Day 1: Guest Blog by Neil Turner

Neil Turner, our man on the ground in San Fran reports on Day 1 of Build. Neil Turner is one of Ireland’s top independent Windows developers having built Bus Nearby, Broadsheet, Fuel Nearby and Xbox apps and a convention veteran. Neil has agreed to be our man on the ground at Build and provide daily…

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Extra Resiliency Options, a Name Change and a Price Drop for Microsoft Azure

Out with the old and in with the new First up, you may notice the change in name I use in the title from ‘Windows Azure’ to ‘Microsoft Azure’. This is a change we will be implementing over the next few months as it will take quite a bit of time to rebrand everything. Personally…

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