To protect the intellectual property (IP) risks, Microsoft India launched the Azure IP Advantage programme in New Delhi.
This programme will help the customers and developers to focus on innovation in addition to responding to the changing needs of their customers without the fear of litigation.
“The programme will make available 10,000 Microsoft patents to customers that use Azure services for the sole purpose of enabling them to better defend themselves against patent lawsuits against their services that run on top of Azure,” the company said in a statement.
Market research firm Gartner estimates that shifting to cloud, IT spending will reach $1 trillion by 2020.
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