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Microsoft just pushed through a warning to update your windows software because of a serious vulnerability in the operating system. The security flaw, known as PrintNightmare, affects the Windows Print Spooler service. The exploit is used by hackers to remotely execute code with system-level privileges. “We recommend that you install

Microsoft today announced a partnership with Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) provider Zip Co, launching its pilot in the Australian market. Microsoft claims that the partnership is in response to changing habits for digital purchasing, with more than 35 per cent of Australian consumers using BNPL installment plans.  According to

The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) announced this afternoon that there is a Cloud-y forecast for its return to work, moving to a digital workspace with Microsoft technologies.  Microsoft assisted BoM with its remote work transition under the high pressure of COVID lockdowns, initially using Microsoft Teams, and is now helping

Microsoft has just launched a virtual data centre tour, showcasing the company’s approach to sustainable operations. The virtual tour allows users to navigate through various rooms in the data centre, with click-throughs to educational tools such as infographics and 3D models. Learn more: Discover the Fastest Route to Carbon Neutral IT

Microsoft Corp bought Nuance Communications yesterday for $US19.7 Billion , in a move that accelerates the company’s cloud strategy for healthcare and increases its total addressable market in the sector to $500 million.  The deal is the result of several years of close cooperation where the companies have worked together

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As flexibility and remote working requirements have increased due to COVID, so too has our reliance on Cloud technology.  Microsoft Cloud specialist Rapid Circle has improved its offering to Australian enterprise customers through the acquisition of Insync Technology, a specialist Microsoft modern workplace partner. According to Stewart Bairstow, Australian CEO

Flight Centre has signed a five year deal with Microsoft to transition over to its cloud and software, vowing to continue its digital transformation in the face of a huge downturn in the travel market. Microsoft’s Azure and 365 will now be Flight Centre’s clouds of choice, including migrating several

Bosch and Microsoft are working together to make adding new safety features and digital services to a car as simple as updating a phone.  Under a new partnership, the pair will create a new software platform connecting Microsoft’s Azure cloud with Bosch’s software modules to be used in over the

Microsoft today called on the Biden administration to “copy” Australia’s proposal for forcing Google and Facebook to pay news publishers for content that appears on their platforms, describing the approach as one “cure” to funding journalism and protecting democracy. The tech giant last week waded into the local debate by

Microsoft is making a big play in the employee management market, today revealing new software to manage and engage remote workforces. Known as Microsoft Viva, the platform integrates other Microsoft services and businesses’ content into a central place. The tech giant has positioned Viva as a better way for organisations