Microsoft’s ‘cloud’ could be the next big thing for medicine

Microsoft is betting that the cloud can help deliver healthcare in the future.

The company is currently looking at building a data center and a cloud-powered data center as well as a mobile app to deliver medical data, according to a Bloomberg report.

The report said Microsoft is in talks with several healthcare providers and is looking to build a cloud data center that would house all its data.

Microsoft said it was in discussions with several hospitals and doctors’ groups about the technology.

The reports comes as healthcare providers in the U.S. and Europe are looking to digitize the delivery of care.

One hospital group is considering creating its own cloud-based data center to meet its needs., the website launched in October, is now open to patients who use a smartphone.

The website has faced criticism from some of its users and advocates for allowing them to bypass the website and pay online for services, including emergency services.

In December, the U!


government banned users from accessing the website on their smartphones due to privacy concerns.

Microsoft, meanwhile, is working on software that will let doctors deliver their own personalized healthcare, a Bloomberg article said.

Microsoft is working with a number of healthcare providers to explore using the cloud to deliver data to hospitals.

One of its key projects is building a new cloud data service to help patients manage their health, Bloomberg reported.

Microsoft was also involved in developing a data platform that could allow doctors to store information from their own patients.

The cloud-focused healthcare industry could see rapid growth, with hospitals and clinics already using the services.

Healthcare data could also be crucial in the fight against diseases such as cancer.

Microsoft plans to use the cloud as a way to make doctors more efficient.

The Redmond, Washington-based company is looking at cloud-centric data centers as part of its plans to build its own data center in the next few years, according the Bloomberg report, citing sources familiar with the matter.