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  2. Microsoft Azure SQL Database - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Azure SQL Database (formerly SQL Azure, SQL Server Data Services, SQL Services, and Windows Azure SQL Database) is a managed cloud database provided as part of Microsoft Azure. A cloud database is a database that runs on a cloud computing platform, and access to it is provided as a service. Managed database services take care of ...

  3. Microsoft Intune - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Intune (formerly Windows Intune), which is a part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, is a Microsoft cloud-based management tool for mobile devices that aims to provide unified endpoint management of both corporate and BYOD equipment in a way that protects corporate data.

  4. Microsoft - Wikipedia

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    On February 4, 2014, Steve Ballmer stepped down as CEO of Microsoft and was succeeded by Satya Nadella, who previously led Microsoft's Cloud and Enterprise division. On the same day, John W. Thompson took on the role of chairman, in place of Bill Gates, who continued to participate as a technology advisor.

  5. Cloud-computing comparison - Wikipedia

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    The following is a comparison of cloud-computing software and providers.

  6. Cloud gaming - Wikipedia

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    Cloud gaming, sometimes called gaming on demand or gaming-as-a-service, is a type of online gaming that runs video games on remote servers and streams them directly to a user's device, or more colloquially, playing a game remotely from a cloud. It contrasts with traditional means of gaming, wherein a game runs locally on a user's video game ...

  7. Autoscaling - Wikipedia

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    Autoscaling, also spelled auto scaling or auto-scaling, and sometimes also called automatic scaling, is a method used in cloud computing that dynamically adjusts the amount of computational resources in a server farm - typically measured by the number of active servers - automatically based on the load on the farm.

  8. CLOUD Act - Wikipedia

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    The CLOUD Act had support of the Department of Justice and of major technology companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Google. [11] [12] The bill was criticized by several civil rights groups, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation , the American Civil Liberties Union , Amnesty International , and Human Rights Watch .

  9. SharePoint - Wikipedia

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    This is typically combined with other Microsoft Office Servers/Services, such as Microsoft Exchange, to produce a "personal cloud", WebDAV can be used to access files without using the web interface. However, Microsoft's implementation of WebDAV doesn't conform to the official WebDAV protocol and therefore isn't compliant to the WebDAV standard.