Microsoft has released patches for 71 vulnerabilities in a number of its products as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday exercise, with three of the flaws having already been released.
GUEST INTERVIEW: 2021 was "really a great year" for Progress in the region, and 2022 is "looking good," senior vice president for APJ John Yang told iTWire.
Software development and deployment tool specialist Progress has announced a new verison of Progress Telerik Test Studio, its enterprise UI test automation platform.
The R1 2021 release of .Net software development tool collection Progress Telerik includes more than 65 native UI components and over 100 grid features for Blazor, as well as improved reporting.
Travel company Intrepid Group's experience with the Pluralsight learning platform was so positive that the company has significantly expanded its use, business systems development manager Ryan Warrener told iTWire.
If Microsoft thought that selecting Nat Friedman to head its new acquisition, GitHub, would help burnish its open-source credentials, then it has made a big mistake.
Microsoft has released patches for 55 bugs in its products, including three that are being actively exploited in the wild.
Tizen developers can now build applications using Microsoft’s .NET and Visual Studio. It should lead to rapid development of more Tizen apps but to ensure this it has also launced a generous incentive scheme.
MYOB - "Mind Your Own Business" - is one of Australia's best known financial management software for small businesses. After 17 years its platform is being re-engineered using leading edge Microsoft technologies.
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