December 5, 2020 8:06 pm

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With Xbox One X sale starts on Nov 7, Microsoft says Good bye to Xbox One

With Xbox One X sale starts on Nov 7, Microsoft .has finally said bye to Xbox One. The device is not available for sale now.
A Microsoft-Zinnov study has revealed that the Hybrid Cloud market in India is fast becoming a new standard for delivery of digital transformation. (Photo/Agency)

Indian enterprises are banking on hybrid cloud for digital transformation: Microsoft-Zinnov study

Hybrid Cloud market in India is fast becoming a new standard for delivery of digital transformation. With the substantial cost as well as organizational benefits, Indian enterprises are increasingly intensifying their reliance on a hybrid cloud setup
Microsoft is not only building IT solutions solely to support conspicuous consumption, it is also working to make a positive impact in the world, said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (Photo/Agency)

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: Beyond IT solutions, we are working to make a positive impact in world

Microsoft is not only building IT solutions solely to support conspicuous consumption, it is also working to make a positive impact in the world, said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
Global technology Microsoft which has put emphasis on its Cloud-computing products instead of licences for boxed software is likely to reorganise its sales groups, resulting in layoffs, media reported. A formal announcement could be made by next week, Seattle Times reported, citing a source familiar with the matter. (Photo/Agency)

Cloud impact: Microsoft to reorganise its sales groups, resulting in layoffs

With Microsoft putting emphasis on its Cloud-computing products instead of licences for boxed software, the technology giant is likely to reorganise its sales groups, resulting in layoffs, media reported
Microsoft is expected to unveil a new version of Windows 10 designed to compete with Chrome OS, said few reports. (Photo/Microsoft Twitter)

Top 5 things to expect from Microsoft’s May 2 New York event

Global technology giant Microsoft is hosting a special hardware and software event in New York City today. During this event Microsoft will focus on on education sector.
“The smart office campus being developed by the firms will use IoT- enabled sensors and predictive analytics,” said L&T Technology. (Photo/Agency)

Microsoft and L&T win multi-million dollar Smart office project in Israel

Without disclosing the name of the firm, L&T Technology said that while it will provide i-BEMS solution to save substantial energy costs and boost employee productivity, Microsoft offers its Digital User Experience design solutions.

Microsoft selects 14 AI startups for accelerator program in India

Microsoft has selected 14 AI / Machine Learning startups to help increase their Enterprise Readiness and go-to-market strategies
Visual Studio 2017 comes integrated with Xamarin, which makes it faster for developers to create mobile apps for Android, iOS, and Windows platforms, says Microsoft. (Photo/Microsoft)

Microsoft launches Visual Studio 2017

Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 is an integrated development environment (IDE), supporting developers of all types of applications, for every platform, in nearly every language

India fares better on several indicators of `digital civility’, says a survey by Microsoft

Though trolling is becoming a major concern with even MPs raising the issue in the Parliament last week, a global survey has found that India fares better than many other countries on several indicators of `digital civility'
Although the companies are risking a backlash from customers who side with Trump, they say the pushback is necessary for an industry dependent on thousands of highly skilled foreign workers. (Photo/Agency)

US-Tech firms take stand against travel ban, risking backlash from President Trump

Through a Super Bowl ad, public statements and court filings, Silicon Valley's biggest companies are taking a strong stand against President Donald Trump's travel ban, saying high tech needs immigrants' creativity and energy to stay competitive.
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