Brad has nearly a decade of writing and publishing experience under his belt. From breaking news about Microsoft to pushing publications to new heights, he has significant experience as a journalist as well as growing web-based brands. Brad brings to Petri a profound background in all things Microsoft and has been cited by numerous publications for cracking open the Redmond nut and exposing the internal workings of the company. Brad earned his M.B.A from the Lindner School of Business and resides in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Microsoft is turning on two new data centers in South Korea and for Kubernetes fans, that service is now generally available on Azure.
Microsoft has chosen to delay the February Patch Tuesday release until March due to an issue found late in the testing cycle.
Microsoft’s Build conference tickets are now on-sale, but if you plan to attend, you need to act quickly as they will likely sell-out in the near future.
Amazon has announced a new chat service called Chime that will take on Skype for Business but the high price point may be a turnoff for many potential customers.
Microsoft is introducing a new set of tools that will give IT admins more control over Surface hardware, including the ability to turn off features like the webcam.
Microsoft is introducing three new security features for Office 365 that the company hopes will make the product indispensable in the productivity space.
Microsoft has announced that Azure SQL Advanced Threat Protection will reach general availability in April of 2017.
Microsoft has announced that Visual Studio 2017 will arrive on March 7th and it will be accompanied with a two-day virtual event demoing the tools new features.
For the fourth quarter of 2016, Amazon continued to dominate the cloud market by having more market share than Microsoft and Google combined.
Microsoft is now offering up its patent portfolio to Azure customers to help protect them against IP litigation; 10,000 Microsoft patents are available to Azure customers.
Microsoft has announced additional price cuts for its Azure service that lowers the cost by up to 51% for some of its virtual machines.
Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Cloud OS will be upgradeable to Windows 10 Pro based on documentation found in a build of the platform.