Microsoft

Nokia rises from the ashes
Feature phone business sold off Microsoft will continue to sell Lumia   NOKIA is going to make a comeback thanks to a deal between Microsoft, FIH Mobile (a subsidiary of Foxconn) and HMD global Oy.  
Windows 7 gets a cumulative update – finally
Update rolls up all patches released so far Effectively Service Pack 2 in all but name   MICROSOFT released Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 in 2011. And since then, users had to download and install individual patches. And there was no second service pack in sight – until now.  
Firefox beats IE in market share
It looks like there is still life left in Firefox. Firefox has slightly pulled ahead of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge browsers for the first time across the globe.
Bing bans tech support ads
All third-party tech support ads banned Follows Google's ban on payday loan ads   MICROSOFT'S Bing has banned all third party tech support services - whether they are scams or not.  
Nearly half of Asian businesses have no digital strategy
Despite all those catchy slogans and taglines – such as ‘data is the lifeblood of the business’ or ‘data is the new electricity of the business’ – 43% of Asian companies do not have a digital strategy.
Google’s enterprise cloud play seems rather … cloudy
Google may have been the cloud pioneer, but in the enterprise space it is playing a catch-up game and really needs to be more forthcoming with information, argues Edwin Yapp.
Zone Telecom in SME cloud pact with AliCloud and Microsoft
Zone Telecom has partnered AliCloud and Microsoft to expand its suite of cloud solutions to cater to SMEs in Singapore, as well as to reach out to larger international markets.  
Google’s cloud coming of age
At its first global cloud computing conference, Google is expected to lay out its plans for taking on the traditional cloud giants, Edwin Yapp reports from San Francisco.
Baking in security, the Microsoft way
With Windows still holding a dominant desktop market share, Microsoft believes it has a view into security that no other vendor has, and can muster resources others lack, writes Benjamin Cher.
10 women behind key technology breakthroughs
On International Women’s Day, Microsoft’s Dr Daiana Beitler puts the spotlight on the leading ladies who have helped transform our world with technologies that we now find hard to live without.
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