At Worldwide Partner Conference, it’s mobile-first, cloud-first world front and center

Microsoft is integrating the cloud into the Microsoft Partner Network, with three new cloud-focused competencies based on performance for Office 365 and Microsoft Azure to be offered to better help partners serve customers. The announcement was made Monday by Phil Sorgen, Microsoft corporate vice president (pictured above), Worldwide Partner Channel, at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 in Washington, D.C.

Azure Machine Learning University, a portfolio of online self-service learning assets, was also announced to help partners get started with Azure ML.

To learn more about these announcements and others, read Sorgen’s post on the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 Channel.

Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff

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