Microsoft looks to plug skills gap with Azure training freebies

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Vendor insists it is not treading on its learning partners' toes by offering online courses itself

Microsoft has unveiled a range of new Azure training courses for free, or a "deep discount", as it looks to plug the skills gap and better adjust to people's desires to learn online, rather than in classrooms....

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