The future of education technology is in the cloud.
For some, it’s a distant memory.
But others, like Microsoft’s Bing cloud platform, are already building their own apps for learning.
In addition to the cloud-based education software conference, the tech industry has an upcoming conference to celebrate the launch of its cloud-focused education software.
The conference will be held at the company’s campus in Sunnyvale, Calif., from May 6-9.
For the conference, Microsoft is launching Bing.
In a blog post, the company notes that it’s “an exciting time for learning.”
The company says that Bing is an “industry-leading, cloud-ready education platform that delivers the tools and services you need to deliver your learning in a digital, personalized way.”
The cloud platform is the backbone of the company and its products, which include online learning, online tutoring, and online learning management.
Bing has also built its own cloud service that can stream video, audio, and photos from Bing to Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.
In a blog entry, Bing CEO Marc Lore, said Bing will bring a “comprehensive suite of education solutions for students, parents, teachers, and school districts” to cloud-enabled devices.
Microsoft also says that “the cloud platform allows us to leverage the vast resources of our cloud services to deliver new capabilities and services to schools, families, and students.”
The Microsoft blog post says Bing “is an innovative, collaborative cloud-native platform for teaching and learning that is also built to deliver a personalized learning experience.”
The new education software is being marketed as the “latest version” of Microsoft’s popular Learning for Windows 10.
While the company has been pushing Windows 10 as an educational platform for many years, the new version of Learning for the Web is different from the previous version.
The company has also been pushing its cloud learning offerings for several years now.
In June 2017, the platform launched a new service called Learning for Bing, a version of its Bing Learning Engine.
Microsoft says that the new Learning for Web will enable users to access “knowledge from the cloud” for learning, and that it will enable students to use the Bing Learning engine on Microsoft Windows 10 PCs and Macs.
The new Learning For Bing service also includes features that make it easier for schools to learn from the web.
The Learning for Education service is a service that allows students to learn online using a single website that they can customize to suit their needs.
The service is available to schools for free and will be available for free in the coming months.
Microsoft claims that its cloud education offerings will “provide students with the tools to master new content and techniques across multiple learning platforms, and to create the best learning experience possible.”
The Learning For Education service has been a key component of Microsoft and Microsoft Education’s strategy for the cloud, and it will be a part of Microsoft Education in the future.
Microsoft has also rolled out Bing in the past as part of a broader strategy to build the learning platform for Microsoft’s Education and Learning products.
Microsoft is also launching its cloud services for Microsoft Azure on June 20.
Microsoft says that it is offering its Azure services to universities, schools, and other organizations for free, and will eventually offer them at a cost of $5 per user per year.
Microsoft’s cloud services are available on the Microsoft Azure platform, which is available on Windows PCs, Windows tablets, and Mac computers.
Microsoft Education, Microsoft’s education software suite for businesses, has been available for use for several months now.
The new version for Education, Learning for Microsoft, will be offered to students for free.