Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’
Get used to it. Moving things to the “Cloud” is becoming more popular. So will the data breaches…
Company data belonging to customers of Microsoft’s hosted business suite BPOS has been accessed and downloaded by other users of the software.
This could give Google Docs a run for their money. Microsoft and Facebook joing forced to do battle against Google.
I hope this isn’t a restart of a trend to outsource overseas…
Microsoft and Infosys today announced that they have come to a three year agreement to manage Microsoft’s internal IT services. The specific services included in the deal include technical assistance and management of software applications, devices, and databases. The agreement covers over 450 locations through 104 countries.
Located in Bangalore, India, Infosys already collaborates with Microsoft in certain areas, but today’s new three year IT deal will further extend that relationship. Microsoft’s IT department currently employs about 5,000 people around the world and it is not yet clear how it will affect their employment. Financial terms were also not disclosed.
Wow, this is a story worth watching. Reports are coming in from all over, that the 30GB Zunes are freezing up during bootup:
We’re getting tons of reports—tons—about failing Zune 30s. Apparently, the players began freezing at about midnight last night, becoming totally unresponsive and practically useless. The crisis has been dubbed by Zune users ‘Z2K9′, due to the apparently synchronized faceplantings across the country.