Wednesday was the big launch day for Microsoft's revamped Unified Communications offering, Lync. The other members of the Mod Squad, as far as we know, were not in attendance. (Yes, that's at least the second time we've made that joke.)
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Microsoft on Monday described its 11 corporate "AI access principles" for fostering an artificial intelligence-based economy.
In the realm of IT security, the practice known as red teaming -- where a company's security personnel play the attacker to test system defenses -- has always been a challenging and resource-intensive task. Microsoft aims to streamline and enhance this process for generative AI systems with its latest offering.
It may take some extra considerations to swap hardware in custom setups. Here's some issues I recently ran into.
Intel announced on Wednesday that it has reached a deal with Microsoft to manufacture semiconductors for the company in a deal that has an estimated value of $15 billion.
A recent survey found that 79 percent of organizations have experienced Active Directory outages recently -- up from 29 percent in 2021.
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