Microsoft to permanently close all physical stores
According to its website, Microsoft has 83 stores worldwide, including 72 stores in the U.S., and several others abroad where it showcases and sells laptops and other hardware. Friday's announcement reflects what the company calls a "strategic change" for its retail business as sales increasingly shift online.
Use AI with fairness and responsibilty: National Tech officer, Microsoft India
Rohini Srivathsa, National Technology Officer, Microsoft India...
Postman closes $150 million funding led by Insight Partners
Postman is headquartered in San Francisco and has an office in Bengaluru, where t...
NSDC, Microsoft announce partnership to empower Indian youth with digital skills
The objective of the partnership is to transform India into a skilled nation. Microsoft will collaborate with NSDC’s eSkill India portal to provide free access to learning resources and conduct digital skilling awareness drives, equipping the next generation of learners with the skills they need to thrive in a digital economy.
Committee on Personal Data Bill pings Microsoft, Amazon for 'virtual deposition'
The committee is supposed to submit its report to Parliament in the upcoming Monsoon session, and according to officials, it has reached out to companies, academics, and lobby group Nasscom over the landmark Bill.
Bridgestone ties up with Microsoft to develop tyre damage detecting system
Under the collaboration, Bridgestone will use the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform (MCVP), which not only reduces accidents caused by technical failure but also increases road safety.
Microsoft to open a 4000-employee campus in Uttar Pradesh
The virtual agreement by Microsoft India MD Rajiv Kumar took place in a discussion with the state's MSME minister Sidharth Nath Singh and will soon be followed by a site visit conducted by Microsoft.
Microsoft and Accenture collaborate to host Accenture Ventures Challenge for startups
Accenture Ventures Challenge 2020 will identify 12 innovative startups that are helping to address the business and human impact of COVID-19, driving innovation in the ’never normal’ era.
Microsoft will get out of COVID-19 crisis 'pretty strong': Satya Nadella
Asserting that Microsoft is financially strong despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, its India-born CEO Satya Nadella has voiced confidence that the company will come out of the crisis "pretty strong".
JFrog Unveils New Software Distribution Capabilities to Handle Rising Volume and Frequency of Edge Updates
Liquid Software Leader Delivers New Capabilities for CI/CD, SecOps, Helm, and Coins the Necessity of “BinOps” to Manage the Growing Flow of Software Packages...
Microsoft drops the curtain on Mixer, teams up with Facebook Gaming
Microsoft Mixer will be shuttered on July 22.
Microsoft announces program to accelerate growth of agritech startups
This program offers tech and business enablement resources to help agritech startups innovate and scale fast.
Struggling to find a job? Enroll in free courses by Microsoft, EY & Coursera to hone your skills
Companies have launched free courses to help job seekers in the post-Covid economy.
M12, Microsoft's venture fund, opens office in India
M12 has already been remotely investing in India since 2019. Its portfolio includes category leaders such as Innovaccer and FarEye.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to visit India this month
The visit comes on the heels of the Indian-origin CEO recently voicing concerns over the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) - Satya Nadella had last month said what is happening is "sad" and he would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant create the next unicorn in India. His remarks had raised a furore in the political circles.
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