More than 28 major corporations have united to form the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, a collective aiming to pave the way towards a future in which blockchain-based systems can be used more easily by large firms.read more
The latest collaboration between Microsoft and KPMG is Blockchain Nodes. The workspaces allow start-ups to secure their cloud storage and adopt blockchain solutions for applications. read more
On Tuesday morning, Slack raised the curtain on “Slack Grid,” a new set of administrator tools for large companies that have many Slack groups running in their workplace.read more
➤ EY suite of cyber managed services – EY Cybersecurity as a Service (CaaS) – to be provided on Microsoft Azure... read more
The tech world's love affair with artificial intelligence is interesting to watch if only for the steps that companies are willing to take to advance their respective technologies. This is recently demonstrated in how Yoshua Bengio was able to lead Microsoft in a merry chase that ended in Montreal after the company acquired a startup he was a part of. read more
Wipro has said it will work with startups in India, which are associated with Microsoft Accelerator, to help them scale their businesses and reach out to global customers. The partnership is part of Microsoft Accelerator's CoInnovate programme, under which it also joined hands with another IT major Tata Consultancy Services in June.read more
NEW YORK – Microsoft has awarded Accenture (NYSE: ACN) a seven-year contract extension to continue providing finance and accounting (F&A) and procurement business process services. Accenture will leverage artificial intelligence, automation and analytics capabilities to deliver better business insights and help Microsoft increase productivity and efficiency.
East London Blockchain startup Nimbrix is rolling out a new Blockchain-fueled platform in a deal with KPMG and Microsoft that they say will bring to market a reinvention of financial services software.read more
Cybersecurity has come a long way over the past five years. Controls have been invented to monitor a user’s every move without violating their privacy and the chief information security officer (CISO) is now a fixture in many modern organizations.
At the Microsoft Ignite Conference in Atlanta today, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) announced a new partnership with Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE). read more
The latest research from the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) shows the overall Cloud adoption rate in the UK now stands at 84 percent, with almost four in five (78 percent) of Cloud users having adopted two or more Cloud services.
Microsoft has picked up another productivity app — announcing the acquisition of AI-powered scheduling tool Genee. read more
In a move to bolster its Xbox division, Microsoft announced its acquisition of Beam, a live-streaming platform that allows users to watch and play video games with each other. read more
At only 28, entrepreneur Marco Barbosa is definitely one to watch. He has ambitious and clear goals for the future, not only of his fast growing company eSolidar but for the whole world. In fact, he’s hoping to change the way business and charity have been viewed as two different aspects of the world’s economy. No wonder he’s on Forbes’ 2016 list of “30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs”.
I was pretty devastated when Microsoft officially announced the death of my favorite calendar app, Sunrise. read more
Some enterprise software vendor partnerships seem more like window dressing than something truly substantive, but at this stage it's hard to lump the alliance between Salesforce and Microsoft into that camp. read more
In the few months since Microsoft acquired Xamarin, Scott Guthrie and I have laid out our roadmap that builds on the complementary strengths in mobile development and cloud services that made our companies great partners for years. read more
LinkedIn purchase is latest move to acquire vast stores of data. read more
Today Microsoft announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which they will acquire LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion, inclusive of LinkedIn's net cash. LinkedIn will retain its distinct brand, culture and independence. read more