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Telcos and software providers must buddy up to accelerate the evolution of the digital enterprise
Etisalat’s recent partnership with Microsoft is just one example of how telcos and software providers are collaborating on 5G, AI ...
Most Microsoft vulnerabilities can be mitigated by removing admin rights
A BeyondTrust Research reveals that removing admin rights from endpoints would mitigate 77% of all critical Microsoft vulnerabilities
AI-focused startup accelerator, AI Venture Labs launches Cohort 2
The program was held in partnership with Microsoft and Dubai Future Foundation’s AREA 2071 in Dubai
Microsoft Teams adds new capabilities to enhance remote work experience
New features include real-time noise suppression, raise hand feature, integration with RealWear head-mounted devices, and offline and low bandwidth support ...
Wipro launches Microsoft Business Unit for digital transformation solutions
The unit will focus on the development and evangelisation of solutions leveraging Microsoft’s enterprise cloud services
Microsoft launches FastTrack for Azure in UAE
Enables modernisation of enterprise apps and the delivery of advanced data analytics by accelerating cloud journeys across all sectors
Bill Gates steps down from Microsoft’s board
Gates will continue to serve as Technology Advisor to CEO Satya Nadella and other leaders in the company
Paladion’s MDR solution recognised as Microsoft 2020 Most Innovative AI Solution
Microsoft AI Awards 2.0 is an initiative to encourage innovation in artificial intelligence and identify fresh talent
Vectra launches Cognito Detect to discover and stop Office 365 breaches
As account takeovers continue for Office 365, controlling risk remains the top concern for organisations adopting software-as-a-service models. Vectra highlights ...
Petrofac selects Microsoft IoT toolkit for connected construction platform
Microsoft combines edge and cloud computing to deliver real-time decision support in the field, enhancing safety, asset management and operational ...
Security implications of an apparent memory leak in the Microsoft Access Database
By Matthew Gardiner, director of enterprise security campaigns, Mimecast

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