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Microsoft and AT&T Try to Make the Internet of Things Easier

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Microsoft and AT&T Try to Make the Internet of Things Easier
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Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and AT&T (NYSE: T) recently announced that they're teaming up on a new service for large enterprises that want to deploy network-connected devices. AT&T is running point, making use of Microsoft's tech know-how to make it easier for enterprises to get devices connected to a network. Microsoft and AT&T's announcement is actually a continuation of the partnership they unveiled in 2019, in which AT&T migrated its non-network operations (i.e., those not specifically related to its mobile communications network) to Microsoft's cloud computing service, Azure.