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Microsoft shrinks smartphone ambitions with mobile restructuring

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Microsoft shrinks smartphone ambitions with mobile restructuring
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella just unveiled the latest of the 'tough choices' Microsoft is making to streamline its business, and it's a doozy: the company is significantly cutting back its smartphone ambitions almost two years after announcing it would acquire Nokia's Devices and Services business in an attempt to play a greater role in this market. Read More
 


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Back in April, Microsoft somewhat quietly previewed what its Windows Server engineering teams had been working on for quite some time. While it would be easy to write it off as just another iteration in a long line of never-ending releases, Windows Nano Server has the potential to reinvent your data center. Read More
 

Microsoft security tool fails malware detection test
In recent tests by AV Test, the German lab that is pretty much the de facto standard in malware testing, Microsoft came in a distant last place. Read More
 

2015's 25 Geekiest 25th Anniversaries
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Despite warnings, majority of firms still run some Windows Server 2003
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How Office 365 balances IT control with user satisfaction
At the end of 2014, Microsoft bought Acompli, creators of a popular email app that it quickly rebranded as Outlook. The familiar name doubtless drew in more users, but it also gave IT teams a set of expectations about the security and management options a product called Outlook would have. Read More
 

Mozilla to pick up Firefox release pace, ship version 'soon' for Windows 10
Mozilla will accelerate the release of new features for its Firefox browser, dumping its current 18-week development schedule for something nimbler, a company manager told contributors last week. Read More
 


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Emergency Flash Player updates fix vulnerability used in widespread attacks
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Microsoft pulls back from phone business, announces 7,800 layoffs
Microsoft is scaling down its mobile phone activities, writing off the entire value of the former Nokia smartphone business it bought last year and laying off almost one-third of that business' staff. Read More
 

Adobe patches Hacking Team's zero-day Flash flaw being exploited in the wild
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