First cloud provider to manage it
Microsoft Ampere Altra-based Azure servers are now Arm SystemReady SR certified making them the first cloud solution provider (CSP) server to do so.
Worried about losing Voles
Software King of the World Microsoft plans to "nearly double" its budget for Volish salaries and boost the range of stock compensation it gives some workers by at least 25 per cent, an effort to retain staff and help its voles cope with inflation.
Sorry Cato, companies do not reward courage
PowerShell inventor Jeffrey Snover has aired some grievances about how his indispensable tool once got him demoted.
Apple, Google and Microsoft are supporting a common passwordless sign-in standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium. The new capability will allow websites and apps to offer consistent, secure, and easy passwordless sign-ins to consumers across devices and platforms.
2022 might not be the year of Linux on the desktop after all
One of the problems that Linux has now that it has been more widely adopted by Microsoft is that Volish engineers keep finding flaws.
Partners push back against the scheme
Software King of the World Microsoft said that it is having problems selling its new "new commerce experience" licensing scheme to partners.
Soldiers not that interested in Microsoft HoloLens headsets
The US Army could end up wasting much as $22 billion in taxpayer cash on Microsoft HoloLens headsets which soldiers don’t want and can’t use as intended.
The “Thoughts and Prayers” of the IT industry
Patching of vulnerabilities is the security industry's equivalent of sending “thoughts and prayers” to solve global catastrophes, according to a US security expert.
You see what happens when you hassle workers and cover it up? You get "socialism"
Still embroiled in a sex and bullying scandal Activision Blizzard now faces the very real possibility that its workers might unionise to protect them from their bosses' antics.