Microsoft’s decision may seem abrupt, but in reality the company’s enthusiasm for its robot initiatives has been waning for years. After Bill Gates left his day-to-day role at the company in mid 2008 , Steve Ballmer reportedly expressed dissatisfaction with robotics being just a “strategic initiative” at the company and wanted to know how it could become a significant revenue generator. At that point, the group’s main project was a robotics development and simulation software package called Robotics Developer Studio (RDS) . The goal was to make RDS into a tool that would allow anyone to easily program a robot (doing what BASIC did for the PC, in Gates’s view). But RDS was slow in attracting users, and the company was giving it away for free except to commercial users (which had to pay a fee).
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Microsoft had more than 125,000 full-time employees on its payroll in mid-July. The 18,000 layoffs account for about 14 percent of overall employees. The company has roughly 43,000 employees in the Seattle area. According to the Seattle Times, Thursdays cuts bring area job loss to 2,098 employees.. Most of the layoffs came from Nokias devices and services business that Microsoft recently bought.
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I’ve asked to see if I can get more information. What’s Hot on ZDNet Tour de France: 12 tons of tech Speaking of the Azure Government Cloud , which Microsoft launched officially in October 2013 and made available in private preview form in March 2014 , Microsoft is “one step closer to general availability” with that offering. Microsoft is expanding the private preview to “more partner and customer solutions and workloads,” according to a July 9 blog post. The Azure Government Cloud, codenamed “Fairfax,” operates in specially constructed datacenters (Virginia and Iowa) close to government customers. These datacenters are isolated from Microsoft’s Azure public cloud.
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Such systems allow a broad spectrum of configurations and customizations to be performed. An ERP system’s multiple security configurations, if not correctly addressed, can cause various business disruptions as well as security leaks, eventually resulting in potential fraud, errors, lack of compliance with regulations, and/or process inefficiency. Organizations implementing an ERP system need to pay attention not only to the implementation of the features, but also to the implementation of a correct authorization framework for the new system in line with the organization’s governance framework. An authorization framework provides solid authorization management for a controlled operation A governance framework and stakeholder engagement should result in an integrated framework that seeks to merge governance, risk, compliance and assurance functions throughout an organization. The integrated framework seeks to enhance and protect business value, operational efficiency and support strategic objectives.
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