The Final Twist

Twisty Ending

Tom Keane serves with Microsoft Azure Global as its general manager and vice president. In early December of 2021, he was chosen as a winner of the Pinnacle Award for Cloud Industry Executive of the Year. This award is given to successful leaders as well as companies who save money while nurturing innovation for clients on the federal level. Keane recently commented that his company is focusing on enterprise promises that will help customers meet their most important needs. 

 

Microsoft Azure Is On The Cutting Edge Of Cloud Computing

 

Tom Keane understands that Azure Space has the capabilities to bring together many possibilities in space that have not yet been explored. Tom Keane explains how it will work. The cloud services will help with this goal, and it is expected that organizations will soon be able to accomplish more than ever before in space (Crunchbase). 

 

Tom Keane explains more on this concern. Some of Microsoft Corporation Azure’s new inventions are allowing people in space programs to look through the clouds with an innovative technology named SpaceEye. Software developer and successful engineer Tom Keane explains how Azure has also been partnering with iDirect as well as Airbus to offer up some of the highest resolution satellite capabilities in the industry. 

 

The Importance Of Cutting Costs Continues To Drive Innovation

Tom Keane knows the importance of delivering a low latency experience while continuing to have high capacity functioning infrastructure on the ground. Microsoft Azure is also working to bring down a lot of the costs associated with putting together a ground station network. Tom Keane finally adds that the company is doing so by increasing the number of international ground stations, and this is creating a kind of reliability that has not been achieved as of yet. The future looks bright for Mr. Keane and Microsoft Azure.