Displaying items by tag: Satya Nadella

If you've been waiting for Windows 10X, which was the next-gen of Windows (and which has since been cancelled), then its successor - and the successor to Windows 10 - is coming on June 24, 2021.

Published in Home Tech

Microsoft has won a contract which could be worth US$21.88 billion (A$28.58 billion) with the US Army to supply 120,000 custom HoloLens augmented reality headsets that will help soldiers who are at war.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Microsoft would support the implementation of a law similar to the Australian news media code in other countries, including the US, the company's president, Brad Smith, says.

Published in Technology Regulation

Google has very cleverly got its way as far as the news media code is concerned, leading Australian politicians on and ensnaring them in a very neat trap. And the company has ensured that nobody will lose face as a result of all the threats.

Published in Open Sauce

With the partnership billed as signalling "new generation digital foundations for Australian businesses", Microsoft will help Telstra set up "one of Australia’s largest digital twins", with emissions reduction initiatives, and the continued driving of digitally transformative operational models.

Published in Strategy

Why would security firms be keen to stop the advance of a brand of malware that is a major cash cow for them? Only a fool would want to stop that malware from making bigger and bigger inroads into the world of Windows users and that should be obvious to anyone with the IQ of the common cockroach.

Published in Open Sauce

Software behemoth Microsoft has slipped under the radar while other companies like Facebook have been criticised for hate speech, but the Redmond firm is up to its neck in providing services to law enforcement based on its cloud and other platforms.

Published in Security

Last week, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella visited Australia and it is fair to say that he received such a lot of puffs in the media that he could well have thought he had landed in a bakery.

Published in Open Sauce

Australian businesses and leading public sector organisations – including Qantas, Telstra, Westpac and the CSIRO, NSW Government and NSW Pathology – are emerging as global innovation beacons, signalling how state-of-the-art technology can drive growth, enhance customer experience and tackle some of Australia’s most pressing societal and environmental issues, according to Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella.

Published in Strategy

The US Department of Defence has awarded a US$10 billion 10-year cloud deal to Microsoft ahead of Amazon, with the latter firm having been favoured to get the contract. The contract runs until 24 October 2029.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Software giant Microsoft has reported record revenue for both the final quarter of the financial year 2019 and the whole year, pulling in US$33.7 billion for the quarter, a 12% year-on-year increase, and US$125.8 billion for the year, 14% more than in the preceding financial year.

Published in Business Software

Microsoft often likes to portray itself as a company that supports education and research, but that appears to be just a pose, with the company showing its real colours recently when it stripped the European Organisation for Nuclear Research of the status of "academic institution".

Published in Open Sauce

Software giant Microsoft has become the third American company to hit US$1 trillion in market value after retailer and cloud provider Amazon and Apple, with the company's third-quarter results, which were better than expected, pushing up its stock price.

Published in Market

Satya Nadella has been the chief executive of Microsoft for more than five years but how many times has he uttered the word "ransomware" when waxing eloquent about the company he heads?

Published in Open Sauce

Microsoft employees have written to the company's chief executive Satya Nadella and president Brad Smith demanding that they cancel a $479 million deal with the US Army for an Integrated Visual Augmentation System.

Published in Technology Regulation

Software giant Microsoft has ended the fiscal year 2018 with a bang, with the final quarter bringing in revenue of US$30.1 billion, an increase of 17% over the corresponding quarter in the previous financial year.

Published in Market

Workers at retail giant Amazon have written to chief executive Jeff Bezos, telling him not to sell Rekognition facial recognition software to law enforcement agencies and to cancel the contract for hosting data-mining company Palantir on its cloud.

Published in Technology Regulation

Ninety-seven open-source developers have threatened to move their projects from the source code repository GitHub, which is now owned by Microsoft, unless the software behemoth ends its contract with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Published in Strategy

Both Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella and president Brad Smith have responded to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement separating migrant children from their parents at the Mexico-US border by issuing strong statements against the practice.

Published in Technology Regulation

Microsoft employees are protesting their employer's working with Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the wake of the agency's separation of migrant children from their parents at the Mexico-US border.

Published in Technology Regulation
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