Compliance management is a complex process—one that gets increasingly more complicated the larger an organization grows. Microsoft knows this firsthand, not only because of our experience providing Security and Compliance solutions to customers but also because of the global reach and responsibility for maintaining compliance with a hefty number of regional and industry-specific regulations. Another thing Microsoft has learned along
There’s been a notable change in appetite for CM.com N.V. (AMS:CMCOM) shares in the week since its interim report, with the stock down 16% to €11.76. Following the result, the analysts have updated their earnings model, and it would be good to know whether they think there’s been a strong change in the company’s prospects, or if it’s business as
What unites Meta, Amazon, Microsoft and the U.S. government? Advocating for the end of “leap seconds” — blink-and-you’ll-miss-it adjustments to timekeeping that compensate for wobbles in the Earth’s rotation.
Scientists have added an extra second 27 times since 1972 to keep atomic clocks in sync with astronomical time. Tech companies hate the practice because it can wreak havoc on precise
In the weeks before the House and the Senate ended 13 months of arguments and passed the $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act, China’s main, state-supported chip maker cleared a major technological hurdle that delivered a bit of a shock to the world.
Experts are still assessing how China apparently leapfrogged ahead in its effort to manufacture a semiconductor whose
There’s a catchy saying going around with a valuable lesson about our personal technology: The devil is in the defaults.
The saying refers to the default settings that tech companies embed deep in the devices, apps and websites we use. These settings typically make us share data about our activities and location. We can usually opt out of this data