The technical giant Microsoft is getting more into the blockchain as it has presented two decentralized business products serving for users’ digital identity protection.
The telecom giant is working on blockchain solutions which can help bring a higher level of transparency in supply chain and healthcare processes.
The technologies giant Microsoft is connecting its major products to blockchain. A number of Microsoft platforms has already been quietly linked to the technology.
The Large Credit Union Coalition (LCUC) announced that it had joined New York-based enterprise software firm R3’s global blockchain ecosystem.
Microsoft and R3 Blockchain Consortium strengthen their partnership for deeper integration between cloud-platform Azure and Corda platform making it easy for businesses to develop their infrastructure on blockchain network.
The government agencies will have an access to the blockchain technology in the Microsoft’s Azure Government cloud platform to keep their data safe.
The companies have joined hands to introduce a new technology that is aimed at addressing security issues of the Internet of Things ecosystem.
Chronicled demonstrated a solution that creates a secure link between any physical asset and the blockchain.
While bitcoin price continues to grow, IT giant is preparing to add native support for cruptocurrency format on its Microsoft Excel program in 2017.
Microsoft promises the same great functionality as the original release in the Azure Quickstart templates along with a more robust user experience.