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 has acquired Cycle Computing which is a cloud orchestrator and should make it easier to tap into the raw power of Azure.
Microsoft is opening two new data regions in Australia and hopes to grab a large section of that growing market.
Elon Musk’s Open AI organization used Azure to power its AI bot that was able to beat the top players in Dota at the recent International tournament.
Microsoft has announced a new SKU of Windows 10 Pro for workstations and it will arrive this fall with the Fall Creators update.
Consumer Reports is no longer recommending Surface hardware after their survey found that 25% of owners had issues in the first two years.
Microsoft is removing certificate authorities from WoSign and StartCom from Windows 10 after multiple violations of its Trusted Root program.
Microsoft pivoted to WaaS as it found the perfect time to introduce it’s truly new feature, Security as a Service.
Microsoft is making it easier to buy Surface hardware, including the Hub, but the company is once again only offering this service in the US.
The complexity of maintaining Windows 10 is slowing its adoption as IT administrators try to figure out how to deal with the additional overhead.
Microsoft is once again changing the servicing model of Windows 10; the company is removing one of the safety-nets used to prevent bugs from reaching corporate customers.
Microsoft has announced that in October, the company will be ending support for Windows 10 build 1511.
Microsoft has finally opened up a bug bounty program for Windows 10 where the company will pay up to $250,00 for reporting a security flaw.
Microsoft is rolling out a new container service that is being pitched as the easiest way to launch and manage containers in the cloud.