Microsoft Expands Windows Azure Services in Brazil

Representing an important move forward in Microsoft’s cloud services expansion strategy, as well as their commitment to the country of Brazil, Latin America and the Caribbean in general, Microsoft is investing over a billion dollars US in Azure. Currently available in 89 countries, Brazil is one of the software giant’s top ten most important global markets. Microsoft has had Windows Azure in the Brazilian market since 2010 offering cloud computing and supporting businesses of all sizes including start-ups, and developer needs. Read the full story here.



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