Microsoft Corp. is set to unveil a security service for its Windows 10 OS that is targeted for large businesses. It will help big companies detect unusual behaviors on their networks and alert them when there are security threats and hackers.
Founder of Microsoft Bill Gates expresses that he disapproves of Apple to not support the FBI to build a backdoor for iOS devices. But rather sides with the Government in request to assist further investigation of terrorist activities.
Microsoft already gave a preview presentation back in May 2015 of its new Outlook.com and now has rolled out even further where users in the US can sign up to the service to get immediate access of the new interface.
A recent report said that AT&T is going to market the latest Microsoft Lumia 650 smartphone. The Windows 10 powered mobile will be offered by Cricket Wireless, a subsidiary of the communications giant.
Microsoft announced today the release of its new Lumia 650 phone in the x50 series that runs Windows 10. An affordable device than the Lumia 950 and 950 XL at a price of $199. Making this latest Lumia to push through to what used to be Nokia’s business-oriented smartphone.
For those who are averse in using Windows 10, Microsoft offers an alternative – Windows 3.1. Windows have seen so many upgrades through the years but not everyone can recall that it all started with Windows 3.1.
Microsoft has immersed its experimental underwater data centers under the sea to determine their long-term prospects of operation. The software giant has conducted these experiments in its effort to improve service, reduce latencies, and cash-in on the ocean’s beneficial qualities.
There is an ongoing rumor that Apple Inc. is assembling a big team of virtual and augmented reality technology experts. This team is supposed to build prototypes of headsets that will rival Hololens of Microsoft and Oculus Rift of Facebook.
Four tech giants are currently ruling the digital world. These are Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon. Another digital giant is knocking on the door – Microsoft which slowed down for a while but is now seemingly recovering. All five business conglomerates have dominated the digital industry for years and there seems to be nothing that will stop them from doing the same in the near future.
Discounting MBA programs at Harvard and Stanford, where growing demand is related to entrepreneurship - particularly with Harvard Business School's Rock Center for Entrepreneurship, the following business schools are found to have the highest rate of job placement successes with employers as McKinsey & Co., Goldman Sachs, Amazon, Bain & Co.