Microsoft kicked off its Tech Ed 2013 conference in Durban with a strong statement of intent related to the cloud computing space, including the announcement of the general availability of Windows Azure Infrastructure Services (IaaS), which allows users to move existing apps to the cloud to save time and money.
ITNewsAfrica is on location to cover the event and will be keeping readers up to date on the latest announcements, product previews and news.
The keynote address for the 2013 edition was headed up by Microsoft South Africa’s developer platform head, Clifford de Wit, while Managing Director of Microsoft South Africa Mteto Nyati also addressed the 2500-strong delegates.
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Charlie Fripp – Consumer Tech editor