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  • 20-Jan-2020
    16:34

    Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) has partnered with Microsoft to accelerate the group's digital transformation as part of a multibillion-pound tech investment pledge announced two years ago.

    The strategic partnership will see the tech giant develop a "modern digital workplace" for the group, which has committed to investing £3 billion in technology to bring its offerings up to speed with agile challenger banks like Monzo and Revolut.

    Under the partnership, LBG will get the full force of Microsoft Managed Desktop: Office 365 productivity tools, Microsoft-managed security and feature updates, and a cloud-based "advanced device solution" to support the group's currency management. 

    The post Lloyds Banking Group lines up Microsoft Azure as part of £3 billion tech splurge appeared first on Techerati.

  • 20-Jan-2020
    11:17

    Google is the latest major cloud provider to set its sights on the thriving Indian market, joining fellow "big three" players AWS & Azure in stepping up commercial efforts in the country.

    The technology giant's cloud arm has penned a deal with Airtel which will see India's third-largest telco offer G Suite's cloud-based applications to small and medium businesses.

    The telco, which boasts over 325 million subscribers, currently serves over 500,000 small and medium-sized businesses and startups in the country, in addition to 2,500 large businesses.

    The post Google joins battle to capture India’s growing cloud market appeared first on Techerati.

  • 17-Jan-2020
    09:33

    Microsoft has pledged that within the next 30 years it will remove all the carbon it has emitted since it was founded in 1975.

    While the company has vowed to be carbon negative by 2030, it is going further by aiming to remove its historical carbon footprint completely by 2050.

    The company also announced a one billion dollar climate innovation fund to help boost the development of carbon reduction and removal technologies.

    In a blog post on Thursday, the company’s president Brad Smith said: “While the world will need to reach net-zero, those of us who can afford to move faster and go further should do so.

    The post Microsoft vows to remove historical carbon footprint by 2050 appeared first on Techerati.

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