Windows 10 shipped this week and with it a bevy of new apps from Microsoft. Chief among them is a replacement for the long derided Internet Explorer in the form of Edge. While the update to the baked-in browser is widely seen as an upgrade, users have found that an upgrade to Windows 10 will disregard the previous version's default browser and automatically institute Edge as Web surfing go-to.
Microsoft announced the availability of Office Mobile apps for its just released Windows 10 operating system. Office Mobile, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, is optimized for touch-based tablets and small screen devices running Windows 10.
Microsoft has released a trial edition of Windows 10 enterprise for corporate customers that will stay fully functional for 90 days.
Microsoft is partnering with Jasper, an Internet of Things platform provider, to integrate Microsoft Azure IoT Suite, due out later this year, with Jasper's IoT services platform.
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Google is inviting users of its cloud service to control their own encryption keys, with an offering available in beta form. Its competitors, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft's Azure, already have similar offers.
Amazon Web Services said Aurora, its My-SQL compatible database engine, is now available for anyone to use. While the offering gives users a cheaper alternative to the expensive commercial MySQL products, it also further locks users into AWS.
Microsoft pushes out multiple patches for soon-to-be-released Windows 10 over the last week.
Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, IBM and Google are really dominating the public cloud market, making it increasingly difficult for smaller, niche service providers to stay afloat.