According to a recent job posting for a software engineer, Microsoft is currently “building apps to address the whole gamut of needs from hire to retire.”
Microsoft has partnered with the provider of co-working and office space WeWork to let Microsoft employees work from WeWork spaces starting this month.
Microsoft’s workplace analytics group recently teamed up with real estate company CBRE to find out if the relocation a 1,200-person group led to productivity gains and costs savings.
For the past couple of years, many companies involved in the industry of tech have publically decided to tackle the gender and racial inequalities affecting their workforce. Every so often, various tech companies will take time during presentations or issue well-publicized pledges to address diversity within the company. After which, there is relative silence on […]
Microsoft solutions have been the de-facto choice for the majority share of enterprise, government, healthcare and education for quite some time. While proprietary, Microsoft’s offerings are arguably easy to use alternatives to other industry options. However, being the de-facto option does not always translate into being the best or most cost-effective solution on the market. As a […]