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Microsoft Azure to become preferred cloud platform for Johns Hopkins inHealth precision medicine initiative

Friday 19 June 2020 | 11:33 CET | News
Microsoft and Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) entered a five-year relationship centered on Microsoft's Azure and analytical tools that will support new discoveries as part of JHM's inHealth precision medicine initiative. The work will bring together JHM's global research expertise with the power of Microsoft Azure, and its AI functionalities, to help advance JHM's discoveries that will benefit personalised health care. JHM will maintain total control over its data. 

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