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Killexams : Microsoft Microsoft learning - BingNews Search results Killexams : Microsoft Microsoft learning - BingNews Killexams : Microsoft vets lead secretive education startup using generative AI to help students learn Maximal Learning co-founders Eran Megiddo (left) and Liviu Asnash. (Maximal Learning Photos) © Provided by Geekwire Maximal Learning co-founders Eran Megiddo (left) and Liviu Asnash. (Maximal Learning Photos)

Two decades after selling their startup to Microsoft, Eran Megiddo and Liviu Asnash are going back to their entrepreneurial roots.

The longtime Microsoft leaders are the co-founders of Maximal Learning, a new Seattle startup that just raised a $5.7 million seed round.

Maximal is using the latest advances in generative AI technology to supply students personalized instruction that can cater to different learning styles.

“The ability to understand the learner and their intent, and then personalize a response to them — at this level, it’s never been possible before,” Megiddo said.

Megiddo was most recently a corporate vice president at Microsoft. He and Asnash spent more than 21 years at the tech giant, working on the company’s flagship products and also leading education efforts.

Their startup is targeting all age groups, including K-12 and higher education. It has a research partnership with the Stanford Graduate School of Education. “It’s a pattern that we followed when developing tools at Microsoft and is critical to ensure learning outcomes,” Megiddo said.

Megiddo didn’t divulge many more details about the product, as the company is still in stealth mode.

The hype around generative AI is already impacting education and learning. Schools are grappling with the use of tools like ChatGPT. Language learning apps such as Duolingo are integrating the tech into their products.

Speaking at an event last month, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said AI will eventually “be as good a tutor as any human ever could.”

“Seeing the magic that the software can now perform, particularly for studying and writing, but within the next 18 months for math as well … I am really quite optimistic that the field of education will improve,” Gates said.

Megiddo was Microsoft’s corporate vice president of education from 2015 to 2022. Asnash led groups that developed education analytics software.

“Microsoft is doing phenomenal things,” Megiddo said. Leaving to launch a startup is about “spending 100% of our effort and time focused on this one thing,” he said.

The co-founders are both originally from Israel. They previously worked on two startups together, including analytics software maker Maximal Innovative Intelligence, which Microsoft acquired in 2001.

Seattle-area venture capital firm Trilogy Equity Partners led the seed round. Other investors include Seattle’s Pioneer Square Labs; Honeystone Ventures, based in the Bay Area; GSV Ventures, another Silicon Valley firm that backed Coursera and Guild; and Owl Ventures, one of the largest edtech investors.

“We think Eran and Liviu are the perfect team to take advantage of the new powerful capabilities of generative models to finally be able to provide truly personalized learning at scale,” said Yuval Neeman, managing director at Trilogy.

Austin Beutner, former superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District and former L.A. Times publisher, is another investor.

Megiddo and Asnash are the company’s only employees. The startup will use the fresh cash to hire engineers and designers.

Wed, 31 May 2023 02:13:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Use Microsoft Office 365 for free!

Jun. 1—RUSHVILLE — Microsoft 365 is available as both a free and paid subscription-based service that provides access to the latest versions of the Microsoft Office apps including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. It also includes several other cloud-based services like OneDrive, Teams, and OneNote.

To use the free version Microsoft 365, all you need is a Microsoft account such as Hotmail or Outlook. With the free version of Office 365, Microsoft provides 5 gigabytes of cloud-based storage (OneDrive) for files, photos, and other uses.

This free version of Microsoft Office is cloud-based (which means you don't have to install any software on your computer), so this version of Office will run on any type of computer (Windows, Mac or Chromebook). If you don't have an internet-ready computer, The Open Resource has free refurbished Chromebook laptops available if you attend their monthly Chromebook Workshop thanks to a grant from the Rush County Community Foundation.

The free version of Microsoft 365 is a great option for individuals and businesses of all sizes, as it provides a comprehensive set of tools that can help you be more productive and collaborative. It is also a good choice for anyone who wants to use the latest version of Microsoft Office.

There are many reasons why you should learn Office 365. Here are a few of the most important ones:

Office 365 is widely used in the workplace and is the most popular productivity suite in the world. It is used by businesses of all sizes. This means that if you learn to use Office 365, you will be able to use the same tools that your colleagues and clients use.

It is versatile and powerful. Office 365 includes a wide range of applications that can be used for a variety of tasks, from word processing and spreadsheet creation to email and presentation creation. This makes it a valuable tool for both personal and professional use.

It is constantly being updated. Microsoft is constantly adding new features and functionality to Office 365, which means that you can be sure that you are always using the latest and greatest tools.

It is easy to learn. Office 365 is designed to be user-friendly, even for people who are not familiar with computers. This means that you can learn how to use it quickly and easily.

If you are looking for a powerful and versatile productivity suite that is widely used in the workplace, then Office 365 is the perfect choice for you. Learning how to use Office 365 can help you to Excellerate your productivity, collaborate more effectively with others, and may be help you to enhance your job prospects by making you a more marketable candidate.

Many employers now require their employees to have proficiency in Office 365, so learning these skills can supply you a competitive edge in the job market.

If you want to learn more about Office 365, stop by The Open Resource and talk to a Digital Navigator or attend one of the Office 365 workshops.

The Open Resource's free June refurbished Chromebook laptop workshop are from 5 to 6:30 p.m. June 5 at 103 N. Main Street in Rushville. To register, leave your name and phone number on their workshop registration voice mail at 765-251-8048.

This community service is supported by a grant from The Rush County Community Foundation to promote digital inclusion. — Information provided

Thu, 01 Jun 2023 12:56:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Microsoft Edge 114 Arrives with Workspaces

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Microsoft released version 114 of its Edge web browser last night with the new Workspaces feature for businesses.

“Microsoft Edge Workspaces provides a way for customers to organize their browsing tasks into dedicated windows,” the Microsoft Learn website notes of this release. “Edge Workspaces lets users share a set of browser tabs so working groups can view the same websites and latest working files in one place and stay on the same page. Each Edge Workspace contains its own set of tabs and favorites, all created and curated by the user and their collaborators. Edge Workspaces are automatically saved and kept up to date.”

Workspaces appears to be the only new feature, and it requires an Azure Active Directory (AAD) account, or what Microsoft calls a Work or School account, with a OneDrive for Business license.

I had expected Edge 114 to also deliver the new Edge user experience, but it’s not enabled and only some of it works using flags. (You can search for “rejuv” and “rounded” to see the available options, but from what I can tell, only the rounded tabs feature works.) Likewise, the ability to pin the Edge sidebar to the side of the Windows desktop doesn’t appear to be offered in this version either.

Sat, 03 Jun 2023 04:55:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Microsoft wants to help Mac users actually enjoy using Windows

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Microsoft has lifted the covers off a new community space for Mac lovers to hang out - so long as they’re using its products on Apple’s hardware.

The new Microsoft Mac Admins promises to be a space for IT professionals to share their knowledge and experience of using Microsoft products, like its office software, on Apple devices. The company reckons the space will be best suited for connecting with similar people, sharing best practices, and learning from experts and peers.

As well as a social space, Microsoft Mac Admins looks to be a place where both seasoned professionals and novices can go to seek advice and guidance.

According to the announcement by Microsoft Intune Senior Product Manager, Arnab Biswas, the launch of the new community space comes in response to feedback collected from product users, including from Intune.

Biswas said: “we wanted to provide a platform where organizations, and specifically the IT community, can showcase their achievements, exchange tips and tricks, and collaborate with other Microsoft 365 or Intune administrators around the world.”

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Anybody with a Microsoft 365 account can join, meaning the space’s reach could extend far beyond enterprises to SMBs, charities, and individuals seeking inspiration and support.

It will be hosted on Microsoft Viva Engage and moderated by members of the Intune product team.

While Redmond is hurry to get its customers talking, it’s hurry to stress that Microsoft Mac Admins is not a substitute for official support channels, which remain in place.

The small handful of replies to Microsoft’s announcement were largely positive, with a pair asking for Azure AD support for Mac.

Clearly, full Microsoft support for Mac is a long way off yet (and is frankly unlikely to ever happen, given that Microsoft has its own preferred hardware), but the company is taking meaningful steps in the right direction to retain users even as they transition to Apple’s hardware.

Fri, 02 Jun 2023 00:26:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Microsoft Honors Captioning Software Maker Ava With ‘Special Recognition’ At Microsoft Store App Awards

Late last month, Microsoft’s Alexandre Chohfi wrote a post for the Windows blog in which the Redmond-based tech titan honored a slew of winners in this year’s Microsoft Store App Awards. One particularly noteworthy honoree was the team at Ava, makers of the AI-based captioning software for Deaf and hard-of-hearing people.

Ava uses artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to provide the Deaf community real-time captions for videoconferencing and other scenarios. The company claims its tech has “99% accuracy.”

“We are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2023 Microsoft Store App Awards! This year, we’re excited to recognize apps and developers within two award groups: the Microsoft Store Community Choice Awards, with apps nominated by the community, and the Microsoft Store Editor’s Choice Awards, recognized by Microsoft,” Chohfi said in the post’s introduction. “We were amazed by the overwhelming number of nominations for the Community Choice Awards. It is absolutely energizing for us to see our community flourishing, and that is reflected in your interest in the Microsoft Store.”

Ava, who has seen coverage in this space in the past, was specially recognized by Microsoft for its “unwavering dedication to empowering individuals who are Deaf or hard of hearing and ensuring their inclusion with its super user-friendly features and intuitive interface.” Microsoft added it was a “great pleasure” to bestow the award upon Ava.

For its part, Ava itself published a blog post of its own wherein they celebrate the recognition. The company wrote it’s “proud to stand in such good company” alongside former winners in Disney+, Spotify, and others. Looking towards the future, Ava said its commitment to its work in “revolutionizing communication” remains unwavering. As such, its development team looks forward to “enhancing the app’s features and expanding its reach, [including] refining the real-time captioning technology, exploring new platforms, and forging partnerships with organizations that share Ava’s vision of accessibility and inclusion.”

Ava is a Deaf owned-and-operated organization. Its co-founder and chief executive, Thibault Duchemin, is a CODA while chief technology officer Skinner Cheng is Deaf. For his part, Cheng recently sat down with the Deaf academic blog The Mind Hears for an interview in which he recounted first meeting Duchemin and Ava’s origin story.

Fri, 02 Jun 2023 06:46:00 -0500 Steven Aquino en text/html
Killexams : Get MS Office programs for life — plus the training to learn to use them effectively, all for $39.99

TL;DR: AS of May 22, you can score a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2021 for Windows and a Microsoft Training Bundle(opens in a new tab) for just $39.99 — that's 83% in savings based on a $239.99 MSRP.

Software subscriptions can add up. Instead of paying every month for Word, Excel, and the rest of Microsoft Office, you could just pay once and have it for life. Skip the subscription and get a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2021 for Windows(opens in a new tab) for only $39.99. It also comes with a free Microsoft Training Bundle that shows you basic and advanced functions in your new software. 

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Whether you just got a new computer or want to upgrade your old one, this Microsoft Office lifetime license gives you a versatile toolkit for professional or personal use. Load your computer up with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, Access, and Skype for Business. Plus, when you redeem your codes, they’ll connect to your Microsoft account and update automatically. 

This software license lets you use the whole Office suite at home or at work(opens in a new tab) on your Windows PC. Write a new résumé for your job search or break down your budget in Excel. Create a slide deck for work and share it over Teams, or get your personal inbox under control with Outlook. Need to remind yourself to grab milk on the way home? Throw your reminders into OneNote. If you’re running a meeting, create pro-quality printables in Publisher. Keep all your important digital copies of documents organized in your Access database. 

The Office suite is full of versatile apps, so how you use them is up to you. If you need some help mastering them, check out the courses in the Microsoft Training Bundle. Each course is taught by a professional from LearningWhilePracticing and covers beginner and advanced skills in Word, Access, PowerPoint, and especially Excel. Find out how to access document templates in Word, create database solutions in Access, and craft quality presentations in PowerPoint. 

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Sun, 21 May 2023 22:27:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Microsoft offers Azure ML data import CLI, SDK for Snowflake, other databases

Microsoft has come out with a new integration that will allow Snowflake and AWS S3 users to bring their data to its Azure Machine Learning (ML) service for AI model training and development.

The integration is being done via a new data import command line interface (CLI) and software development kit (SDK) that allows data to be brought in from data repositories outside the platform, Amar Badal, senior manager for Azure Machine Learning, wrote in a blog post.

A CLI is a text-based user interface that can be used to query files, run programs and interact with a computer instance or server.

The CLI and SDK kit can be used, for example, to create a connection between the Snowflake instance and Azure ML, Badal wrote, adding that a data scientist could query the connection to pull required data inside the machine learning service.“If the scenario demands to import data on a schedule, one can use popular cron or recurrence patterns to define the frequency of import,” Badal wrote.

Crons are utility programs that allows users to schedule repetitive tasks at a specified time by entering a set of commands in a CLI.

New CLI and SDK to help data scientists

The new integration, according to dbInsights’ principal analyst Tony Baer, is aimed at helping data scientists Excellerate productivity and shorten their product development or model training lifecycles.

Copyright © 2023 IDG Communications, Inc.

Thu, 01 Jun 2023 05:06:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Unified Analytics Platform: Microsoft Fabric

At the latest annual Build Conference, Microsoft introduced a unified analytics platform with Microsoft Fabric that brings together all the data and analytics that organizations need.

Microsoft Fabric is currently in preview and provides data integration, engineering, data warehousing, data science, real-time analytics, applied observability, and business intelligence under a single architecture by integrating services such as Azure Data Factory, Azure Synapse Analytics, Data Activator, and Power BI. In addition, it comes with a SaaS, multi-cloud data lake called "OneLake" that is built-in and automatically available to every Fabric tenant.

Arun Ulagaratchagan, corporate vice president, Azure Data, explains in an Azure Analytics blog post:

All Fabric workloads are automatically wired into OneLake, just like all Microsoft 365 applications are wired into OneDrive. Data is organized in an intuitive data hub and automatically indexed for discovery, sharing, governance, and compliance.


Under the hood, OneLake offers a centralized storage system that unifies data and simplifies data discovery and sharing while ensuring strict enforcement of policy and security settings. At the API layer, OneLake is built upon and seamlessly integrates with Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 (ADLSg2), providing instant access to ADLSg2's extensive ecosystem of applications, tools, and developers.

OneLake's key feature, "Shortcuts," enables data sharing among users and applications without the need for redundant movement or duplication of information by virtualizing data lake storage in ADLSg2, Amazon S3, and soon Google Storage, allowing developers to integrate and analyze data across multiple cloud environments.

Matthew Roche, a principal program manager of Fabric CAT at Microsoft, states in his blog post on Microsoft Fabric:

With Fabric, each task and persona has a purpose-built set of experiences that all work natively with the same data in OneLake. The result is that data practitioners can focus on delivering value through their data work.. not on building integrations so their tools will work together.

The company also infused Microsoft Fabric with Azure OpenAI Service at every layer, allowing users to leverage generative AI's power against their data. Moreover, by utilizing Copilot within Microsoft Fabric across all data experiences, users can leverage conversational language for tasks such as creating dataflows and data pipelines, generating code and complete functions, constructing machine learning models, and visualizing outcomes.

Aadit Sheth, a freelancer, tweeted:

Microsoft Fabric can help businesses of all sizes gain insights from their data and make better decisions.

In addition, Mimoune Djouallah, a business intelligence analyst at Downer, tweeted:

Microsoft #fabric is basically a centralized lakehouse but with security and multiple Compute Engines for specific Workloads.

More details and guidance for Microsoft Fabric are available in an e-Book, end-to-end tutorials, Microsoft Learn modules, and the documentation landing page.

Wed, 31 May 2023 21:05:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Microsoft launches Microsoft Mac Admins: a new online community for IT professionals who use Mac

Microsoft has officially announced the launch of Microsoft Mac Admins, an exciting online community aimed at IT professionals who are passionate about utilizing Microsoft products on Apple Mac devices within the enterprise. This community serves as a hub for Mac admins working with Microsoft 365 or Intune Mac management, offering a platform for connecting with fellow users, sharing experiences and best practices, learning from experts and peers, resolving common issues, and staying up to date with the latest innovations. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to Microsoft 365 for Macs, this community promises to provide valuable resources and insights.

The community is open to anyone with a Microsoft 365 account who wishes to engage in conversations on Microsoft Viva Engage. As a member, you can ask questions, offer solutions, provide feedback, and participate in discussions covering a wide range of subjects related to your Microsoft 365 experience on Macs. Additionally, you can explore existing posts and comments to discover helpful solutions and advice that may assist you in overcoming your own challenges. The community is carefully moderated by members of the Microsoft Intune product team.

The decision to create this community was inspired by feedback from numerous organizations that have adopted Microsoft 365 products, including Microsoft Intune, to efficiently manage Macs in their respective enterprises. Microsoft has placed considerable emphasis on Mac management within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem, evident through the macOS capabilities offered. Consequently, the company has witnessed remarkable growth and increasing customer interest in macOS management. In response, Microsoft aims to offer a platform where organizations and IT communities can showcase their achievements, share tips and tricks, and collaborate with fellow Microsoft 365 or Intune administrators from around the world.

It’s important to note that while the Microsoft Mac Admins community provides a peer-to-peer platform for informal discussions and knowledge sharing, it should not be considered a substitute for official product support from Microsoft. If you require technical assistance with a Microsoft product, please reach out to Microsoft Support. The community’s purpose is to complement existing support resources by fostering collaboration and informal conversations among like-minded professionals.

Microsoft hopes the Microsoft Mac Admins community will prove invaluable throughout your Microsoft 365 journey. To join this vibrant community, simply send an email to [email protected], providing your Microsoft 365 email address. Embrace the opportunity to connect, learn, and grow alongside fellow Mac admins as you navigate the dynamic world of Microsoft products on Apple Mac devices.

Wed, 31 May 2023 04:41:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Microsoft integrates Nvidia’s AI Enterprise Suite with Azure Machine Learning

Microsoft is integrating Nvidia’s AI Enterprise software suite with its Azure Machine Learning service to help enterprise developers build, deploy, and manage applications based on large language models, it said Tuesday.

Developers and enterprises will have access to over 100 frameworks, pretrained large language models, and development tools as part of AI Enterprise Suite integration with Microsoft’s Azure Machine Learning service, the companies said in a joint statement. For now, the integration is only available through an invitation-only preview in the Nvidia community registry.

Nvidia’s AI Enterprise Suite aids in accelerating the data science pipeline and streamlines development and deployment of production AI including generative AI, computer vision, and speech AI, the chip maker said.

The suite comes with tools such as Nvidia RAPIDS for accelerating data science workloads, Nvidia Metropolis for accelerating Vision AI model development, Nvidia Triton Inference Server for standardizing model deployment, and NeMo Guardrails software that enables developers to add safety and security features for AI chatbots, it added. Users will also have access to Nvidia experts and a support service.

As part of the collaboration between the two companies, Microsoft will make Nvidia’s AI Enterprise software suite available on its Azure Marketplace.

The two companies are working to combine their software offerings in other areas too. Nvidia Omniverse Cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is now available on Microsoft Azure as a private offer for enterprises. Omniverse Cloud provides developers and enterprises with a full-stack cloud environment to design, develop, deploy and manage industrial metaverse applications at scale, the companies said.

Copyright © 2023 IDG Communications, Inc.

Sun, 28 May 2023 17:48:00 -0500 en text/html

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