Microsoft is playing nice with startups in its new Windows Azure Accelerator.
The company announced recently that the accelerator, which will rely heavily upon Microsoft's Azure cloud service, will be a four-month program designed for early stage startups "doing big things in cloud, Web, and mobile." Microsoft says that it'll provide the companies with mentors, development tools, and other key elements to help attendees grow their businesses. The accelerator will be held at Microsoft's Israel Research and Development Center.
"Microsoft will provide the participating companies with support at unprecedented scope and quality," Nir … Read more