Almost a year ago, Microsoft announced its plans to expand Windows Azure to Asia, with data centers in China, Japan and Australia. Today, the company announced that its two regions in Japan (Japan East and Japan West) have now hit general availability, and Azure users in Japan will now be able to store their data locally. As Satya Nadella noted a year ago (when he was still the president of… Read More
- Microsoft Wants Students To Give Office A Try, Gives Them Up To 6 Free Months Of Office 365, 20GB Of Extra SkyDrive Storage
- American Writers & Artists Inc. Announces the Release of a Special Report on ...
- Dear Microsoft, Samsung Isn't Very Happy With You
- Amazon Drops Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ Price From $299 To $269, Releases It In Europe And Japan
- Aviary Launches Its Photo Editing SDK For Windows 8 Thanks To AMD Ventures Investment