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Microsoft products are all rage for remote education. Pixabay

Driven by video conferencing platform Teams, more than 200 million students and educators worldwide now rely on Microsoft education products for remote learning, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has stressed.

Speaking to analysts during the company’s Q2 2021 earnings call, Nadella said that in AI, the company offers the most comprehensive portfolio of tools, frameworks, and infrastructure.

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Microsoft has opened registration for the virtual edition of its ‘Build 2020'. Pixabay

Microsoft has opened registration for the virtual edition of its ‘Build 2020 developer conference scheduled from May 19-21. Anyone can attend the online-only event for free and developers will no longer have to pay the $2,395 entry fee.

This time, the tech giant is keeping some of its traditional keynote-style openings, with opening remarks from CEO Satya Nadella.

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Microsoft last month revised its revenue guidelines for its January-March quarter owing to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, saying the supply-chain has been slowed down which will impact its Windows and Surface businesses. Pixabay

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said that although hardware supply chain is coming back to normal, the big worry is people holding up the demand especially in the US and Europe as they battle with the spread of the COVID-19 disease.

Microsoft last month revised its revenue guidelines for its January-March quarter owing to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, saying the supply-chain has been slowed down which will impact its Windows and Surface businesses.

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"We talked on issue of data sovereignty which is a work in progress," Prasad said, adding that Digital India was also discussed among several issues in the IT segment. Wikimedia Commons

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Wednesday discussed on a range of issues including data sovereignty and Digital India with Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.

Speaking to reporters here after his meeting with Nadella, IT Minister Prasad said that it was a courtesy meeting which went “very good”.

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