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Microsoft Ignite

Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference coverage

Last updated:November 2019

Editor's note

For Microsoft, it's all cloud, all the time.

No matter the market -- education, developers or enterprise -- the technology giant continues to expand and heavily market its cloud offerings to those groups. And for good reason. Sales related to cloud products continue to go through the roof, totaling $11 billion in a recent earnings release.

It's not all from traditional server workloads running on Azure. Microsoft says it has more than 180 million users on its Office 365 collaboration platform. The company expects its investments in AI, a good portion of which will have its roots in Azure, will pay off in the future.

This guide highlights the company's recent product updates and new offerings announced during the Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference held Nov. 4 to 8 in Orlando, Fla.

1News from Microsoft Ignite 2019

Check this section for stories about new products and upgrades to existing offerings that Microsoft announced during the conference.

2Cloud capabilities

Learn about the aggressive development on Microsoft's cloud computing platform.

3End-user computing platform updates

Discover how Microsoft is pushing forward with new plans to update its end-user software portfolio.

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