Microsoft Teams-Up with SiSense, an Iinnovative BI Software Company to Bring Big-Data Analytics to Azure

Just a few months ago Microsoft had announced a new Iaas (infrastructure-as-a-service) option for their Windows Azure cloud offering making the software giant highly competitive with Amazon EC2 SaaS, the current industry leader. Now the business offering data services is growing in leaps and bounds and Microsoft is high on the list. SiSense the Tel Aviv-based company including their Prism BI and Big Data Analytics technology will help to put Microsoft even higher on the list. This update will surely have an impact on BI, big data, Microsoft, and the cloud in general. Read the full story here.



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