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Improve observability, strengthen security, and proactively remediate vulnerabilities

There are DevOps tools for every phase of the app lifecycle. Use Azure to implement DevOps practices throughout application planning, development, delivery, and operations. By applying the right combination of DevOps technologies, culture, and processes, you can achieve continual software delivery and offer better value for your customers.

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Dow uses vision AI at the edge to boost employee safety and security with Azure

Dow is a leader in materials science, focused on delivering innovative and sustainable customer-centric solutions. An important priority for the chemical company is safety, and Microsoft Azure played a crucial role in enabling preventative leak detection with the goal of zero safety-related events at its facilities. The initial solution leverages Azure AI to analyze live video and uses an app to trigger notifications to the operator if it detects a possible leak. Azure Video Analyzer, coupled with Azure DevOps, provided a quick, low-latency, low-resource, and easily scalable solution. Machine learning ensures the model is continually refined, so it gets better with each interaction. Best of all, this model can be leveraged for other applications, such as detecting when employees aren’t wearing proper PPE in industrial locations, and security monitoring.
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Microsoft Teams: How to link apps to your collaboration platform

This article provides helpful information on how to use Microsoft Teams tabs to link and host your apps or third-party programs. Teams gives you different ways to link applications to the platform — from bots in a channel to tabs that link directly to online content or services. To see what you like best, try out tabs or create your own for both personal and channel options.
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Decision criteria for building apps in Teams

This infographic shows decision criteria for building apps in Teams using the Developer Toolkit. Before you build it, ask yourself: Does it solve a real problem? How often will it be used? How many people will use it? What ROI does it provide? And once you decide to move forward and create your app, see how to amplify its reach with AppSource.
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Automate and streamline your supply chain

Modernize your supply chain with advanced warehouse and inventory management to improve fulfillment, material sourcing, and logistics. Discover how Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management can modernize business logistics, deliver proactive customer responses, and unify processes from sales to fulfillment.
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Rapidly-growing UK restaurant chain migrates key business processes to Microsoft Dynamics 365

TGI Friday's popular and rapidly-growing restaurant franchise in the UK wanted a more scalable, flexible platform for core business processes. To support its ambitious growth, the franchise is consolidating business operations starting with financial management on Microsoft Dynamics 365. Built-in functionality and ease-of-use mean that TGI Friday's can continue to onboard more business processes while expanding its franchise. Benefits of their innovative growth strategy include lower costs, easier access to data, and better insight.
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Spotlight on Teams

Don’t miss out on the latest technology news. This Forbes article outlines the latest announcements for the Teams Platform at Virtual Microsoft Build 2020. Key points include integration with Microsoft Power Platform and further opportunities with Power BI, Teams app development, and scheduling management improvements with the platform. Subscribe now.
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