…New innovative multi-media e-learning course to strengthen advanced skills in risk analysis and management of software testing...
With Thales Hardware Security Modules, RIPE NCC develops an easier and more secure way to help manage Internet routing and IP allocation
Intalio’s CRM solution to enhance Nimbus CSB cloud brokerage offering to CSPs
First exclusive podcast available from January 11th; Hong Kong mobile operator CSL discusses mobile strategy
Business communications software company saves £84,000 per year on business travel, and shares cost reductions with customers that facilitates growth and international expansion
The impending departure of Microsoft's Bob Muglia, president of the company's Server and Tools Busin
Today, at the National Retail Federation's annual conference, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq "MSFT") announced the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail R2, the next iteration of Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail, which was made generally available in August 2010. Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail R2 will be available in more than 50 countries starting Feb. 1, 2011...
Gavriella Schuster: This week, we’ll participate in BETT, an education event taking place in London, dedicated to showcasing how technology can improve education all over the world. Our education vice president, Anthony Salcito, summarizes the conference news here.
From a Windows perspective, we’re really excited to be part of this effort in our quest to deliver technology that gives students a competitive edge.
At BETT, we’ll talk about Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 a Windows product developed to give teachers and students increased access to technology at a lower cost of ownership. We hear quite often from education leaders there is a huge need and desire for technology, but often schools are cash constrained and don’t have the money to spend on computers...
Marissa Mayer, the executive behind Google's search engine, now aims to help the company conquer soc
NVIDIA announced today that it has signed a new six-year cross-licensing agreement with Intel.
AMD CEO Dirk Meyer will step down after reaching an agreement with the company's board over his depa
Brad Weed: Last week, Steve Lohr of the New York Times explored the evolving landscape of computer vision. Steve notes that computer vision – which broadly includes robotics, object detection and recognition, sequencing, as well as modeling and object interaction - is moving into the mainstream; what would have required a super computer just a decade ago is now possible on common computers of all types. At Microsoft, we believe in the judicious use of these technologies as one way Windows helps you be more creative in how you find and organize your media...
Steve Ballmer: The best time to think about change is when you are in a position of strength, and that’s where we are today with STB – leading the server business, successful with our developer tools, and poised to lead the rapidly emerging cloud future. Bob Muglia and I have been talking about the overall business and what is needed to accelerate our growth. In this context, I have decided that now is the time to put new leadership in place for STB. This is simply recognition that all businesses go through cycles and need new and different talent to manage through those cycles. Bob has been a phenomenal partner throughout this process, and he and his leadership team have the right strategy in place...
Ed Bott: A new zero-day security hole in all versions of Windows is the subject of “targeted attacks,” Microsoft says. The flaw, according to Microsoft Security Advisory 2488013, occurs when an attacker exploits “the creation of uninitialized memory during a CSS function within Internet Explorer.” The result? “It is possible under certain conditions for the memory to be leveraged by an attacker using a specially crafted Web page to gain remote code execution.”
Microsoft has told BBC News that it is investigating why some handsets running its Windows Phone 7 s
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Defining a new generation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq “
Hartley Wintney, UK, January 10, 2011 - Getmapping has launched a WFS service to stream Ordnance Survey MasterMap®, over the Internet.
Microsoft Corp. today announced the preliminary findings of its multicountry Innovative Teaching and
The Big News for Windows Phone 7 coming out of this week's Consumer Electronics Show was captured in a single, brief blogpost at MobilityDigest: the first software update for the mobile UI will be ready in 30-60 days. For the calendarically-challenged that would be early February. Or perhaps early March. Somewhere in there.
Windows Phone 7 is pretty much missing in action at CES, which I think is a missed opportunity. Microsoft's approach, as revealed in this platform, has the potential to be an industry-changer, leading to a rethinking and recreating of the way users can interact with and through their smartphones.
The CES is already winding down in Sin City and as expected tablets were the hot ticket items. We do