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Microsoft and Invenergy sign solar agreement

Microsoft will become the sole offtaker of the energy generated by the Wilkinson Solar Energy Center, a 74-megawatt solar project in North Carolina that will be constructed, owned and operated by Invenergy after the companies today announced a 74-megawatt solar project in North Carolina.

TomTom expands partnership with Microsoft to power Microsoft Cloud offerings

TomTom and Microsoft are expanding their partnership, bringing TomTom’s maps and traffic data into a multitude of mapping scenarios across Microsoft’s cloud services. With this broadened integration, TomTom will be a leading location data provider for Microsoft Azure and Bing Maps. TomTom is also expanding its relationship with Microsoft, selecting Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud provider.

Skype finally brings Call Recording to Android, iOS, and Mac

Skype has finally added the much sought call recording functionality. The new development is a part of the latest version of Skype and available on all supported platforms except Windows 10. Users on Windows 10 will need to wait for sometime to avail call recording on their desktops and notebooks as Microsoft is set to bring the cloud-based feature "in the coming months."

Configuring BlackBerry Hub+ with Microsoft Azure using OAuth

BlackBerry is beta testing a BlackBerry Hub+ Services configuration for users in Office 365 that utilize Modern Authentication. Modern Authentication simplifies authentication for developers by providing identity as a service (IaaS), with support for industry-standard protocols such as OAuth 2.0.

Microsoft FY18 Q4 results sends shares up to new all-time high

Microsoft has just released fourth-quarter earnings results that sent shares up to new all-time highs. Revenue was $110.4 billion and increased 14%,  Operating income was $35.1 billion and increased 21%, Net income was $16.6 billion GAAP and $30.3 billion non-GAAP, Diluted earnings per share was $2.13 GAAP and $3.88 non-GAAP and GAAP results include a $13.7 billion net charge related to TCJA.

Microsoft and InMobi Partner to Power New Cloud-Based Enterprise Platforms

Microsoft and InMobi today announced a strategic partnership to enable new-age CMOs in their transformational journey from digital to mobile marketing. The partnership will consist of InMobi moving to Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud provider, and will involve technology collaboration and combined go-to-market strategies aimed at accelerating the way marketers are looking at their advertising and marketing strategies in an always-connected world.

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