For many years now voice recognition technology has been nothing short of a novelty for most, and only because it never really worked as one would have hoped. But all that is changing now by using the computational power The Cloud. It is now more usable and Microsoft will make it even better in the very near future. Microsoft hosts many services however speech recognition uses one of the largest cloud systems the software giant has to offer and many companies use the service today such as Orbitz and American Airlines, as well as the technology that lets mobile Bing users search by voice and Ford Sync users ask for directions. Microsoft is now at the leading edge with the acquisition of a company called "Tellme'.
Microsoft makes huge leaps in voice recognition using the power of The Cloud
Using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, colleges and universities are linking anything and everything to create new applications that elevate the campus experience.
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For the first time in decades, IT leaders now consider all-flash storage as a strategic IT asset. IT has become a new operating model that enables self-service with high performance, density and resiliency. It also offers the self-service agility of the public cloud combined with the security, performance, and cost-effectiveness of a private cloud. Download this MIT Technology Review paper to learn more about how all-flash storage is transforming the data center.