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Managing a data centre can be a tricky balancing act. Your organisation needs consistent and stable infrastructure that supports a growing business, but you also need to know how to incorporate modern IT trends will help you remain competitive. Microsoft is inviting Lifehacker readers to join a free webcast on June 4. Senior data centre gurus will explain how the cloud delivers new products and services faster. And you’ll be able to get instant answers to your tough questions.
Today’s announcement of the Xbox One has seen a decidedly mixed reaction, but also offered hints at the key roles some of Microsoft’s more enterprise technologies will play on the console/entertainment device/potential doorstop. Here’s what we know so far.
In the wee hours of the Australian morning, Microsoft finally unveiled its next Xbox to the world. Dubbed the Xbox One, the new machine is set to compete against other next-generation consoles like the Sony Playstation 4 and Nintendo Wii U. Here’s everything you need to know from the launch event; both the good and the bad…
As we reported this morning, Microsoft is planning to launch two local Azure data centres in Australia. When will they launch? Will there be a cost difference? Lifehacker got the answers direct from Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s global president for Server & Tools.
FINAL ROUND! Good news developers: you still have tonight to complete and submit your app and chase the dream. Simply submit your new app to the Windows Store (even if it’s an Android or iOS port) and you could win the chance to present your app to thousands of industry-types at Microsoft’s TechEd 2013 on the Gold Coast. Then there’s the HP laptops, Xbox bundles and Microsoft peripherals that we’re also giving away…