Microsoft offers startups free cloud tech
Technology giant Microsoft has announced access to free cloud technologies for startups keen on solving social and environmental challenges.
The free access includes up to Sh12.1 million ($120,000) in Azure credits, along with technical support and guidance.
Microsoft Azure is a set of cloud services to help businesses address various challenges
This will be done under the Global Social Entrepreneurship programme that the tech giant unveiled during this year’s Sankalp Forum held in Nairobi.
The global initiative is designed to help social enterprise start-ups build and scale their companies to do good globally as focus shifts to realisation of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).