Microsoft Corporation briefly topped $1 trillion in value on market capitalisation for the first time after executives predicted continued growth for its cloud computing business. The Redmond, Washington-based company beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit and revenue,
Microsoft has reinforced its commitment to the regional education sector by bringing the world-renowned education-technology conference BETT to the Middle East and Africa (MEA) for the fourth consecutive year. The theme this year is “Building a Successful Change Culture to Meet the Evolving Needs of 21st-Century Citizens”.
Abu Dhabi Smart Solutions and Services Authority (ADSSSA) on Monday partnered with Microsoft, to host an Innovation Summit at Jumeirah Etihad Towers, in the UAE capital. The event connected over 500 IT decision-makers with digital transformation experts to help them achieve more and further emphasised on how innovation can happen jointly.
Microsoft took a significant step in its support of digital transformation across the Middle East, as it launched two new cloud regions in the UAE on Wednesday. These new regions – Microsoft’s first in the Middle East – will empower customers and partners to embrace the benefits of the Fourth Industrial
An impressive growth in its Azure Cloud business in a pandemic-hit year helped Microsoft Corporation post a 17 per cent increase in its revenue which reached $43.08 billion, with declaring a net income of $15.5 billion, for the quarter ended
US tech giant Microsoft said on Sunday its offer to buy TikTok was rejected, leaving Oracle as the sole remaining bidder ahead of a looming deadline for the Chinese-owned video app to sell or shut down its US operations.
In February, Malaysia gave conditional approvals for Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Telekom to set up hyper-scale data centres and provide cloud services.
At the age of four, Arish Fatima has set a unique example by scoring 831 marks in the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam, the Government of Pakistan announced via Twitter on Friday.
Australia has introduced laws that would force internet giant Google and social media heavyweight Facebook Inc to negotiate payments to domestic media outlets whose content links drive traffic to their platforms.