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Microsoft plans to replace Skype for Business with Teams
Microsoft’s Skype for Business will be replaced by Teams, which is slated to become the primary communications client within Office 365.The Teams instant messaging platform – which is bundled with the company’s Office 365 productivity suite – was launched only six months ago as a rival to Slack. According to Microsoft, there are now 125,000 organizations using the software globally.Teams is already running on Skype’s cloud-based infrastructure for video and audio calls, which Microsoft is “evolving rapidly.”“We are excited about this new infrastructure because it will provide both speed of innovation as well as higher quality communication experiences,” the company said in an announcement pegged to its Microsoft Ignite event in Orlando, Fla.

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Neural Networks in Business: Advantages and Perspectives
The opportunities to utilize neural networks are growing across a broad range of industries and market sectors.

Linux SystemD Wins Pwnie Award at Black Hat, and No It's Not a Good Thing
Annual hacker award show give the dubious honor to the much hated Linux init system.

Microsoft’s Project Brainwave accelerates deep learning in Azure
Earlier this year, Google unveiled its Tensor Processing Unit, custom hardware for speeding up prediction-making with machine learning models.Now Microsoft is trying something similar, with its Project Brainwave hardware, which supports many major deep learning systems in wide use. Project Brainwave covers many of the same goals as Google’s TPU: Speed up how predictions are served from machine learning models (in Brainwave case, those hosted in Azure, using custom hardware deployed in Microsoft’s cloud at scale). 

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Vivo V7 Plus Selfie Camera Features and Review
Vivo had announced their latest smartphone the Vivo V7 Plus in India and it is priced Rs 21,990. The Vivo V7 Plus is the first smartphone from the company with an 18:9 aspect ratio with 5.99 inch HD display. It is powered by Snapdragon 450 Octa-core processor and has 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Another […] Copyright © 2005-2013 This feed is intended only for the personal, non-commercial use and content is copyrighted to NirmalTV.COM and may not be reproduced on other websites without permission.