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Robin Colner: New LinkedIn features to support personal branding for professionals

Social media platforms introduce new features every few months. LinkedIn is no exception. LinkedIn’s growth is accelerating as more professionals at all levels recognize...

AG Letitia James gives $150K Microsoft settlement to homeless students in...

New York Attorney General Letitia James delivered a $150,000 check to the Yonkers City School District, the result of a settlement with Microsoft for...

Judge limits ex-IBM exec’s work at Microsoft

Rodrigo Kede Lima’s knowledge from his roles at IBM "is so substantial that he simply will not be able to divorce himself from that knowledge and information … in his proposed new role at Microsoft.”

IBM sues to stop a former executive from working for Microsoft

“My work at Microsoft will not put IBM at any competitive disadvantage whatsoever,” Rodrigo Lima stated, but he will suffer “significant undue hardship” if not allowed to work for a year.

Microsoft closing all of its retail stores; 8 locations in NY,...

Microsoft, based in Redmond, Washington, today announced that it will be closing all of its brick-and-mortar stores to concentrate on online merchandising. The computer software...

Unemployment grows to 39 million as billionaires’ net worth increases $434B

While the U.S. Department of Labor was today reporting 2,438,000 new unemployment insurance claims during the week ending May 16, bringing the nine-week total...

Global ransomware attack a ‘wake-up call’

Ransomware attacks caused businesses $1.5 billion last year.

Novus partners with Microsoft Technology Center to accelerate Skype for Business

Trumbull-based Novus is also introducing a Skype for Business trial program, Go UC Voice!

XP circles the drain

One in three active computers will likely need to be replaced within a year.

Microsoft to pay $7B in deal with Nokia

Microsoft bids to grow its smartphone market share with its pending deal with Finland's Nokia Corp.

Office IT seminars slated

A computing consultant will lead a series of free IT lessons for business owners.

Progressive Computing celebrates 20 years in business

Progressive Computing, one of the largest IT companies in Westchester, recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.

Conn. sets new ‘First Five’ milestone in Charter

In Charter’s move to Stamford, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy set a new milestone for his First Five program

Westech acquires Micro-Point

Millwood-based Westech Solutions L.L.C., an IT support company, announced on Wednesday that it has acquired Micro-Point, Inc., an IT services provider.

Study: GE brand in top 6

A back-to-basics ad campaign and sponsorship of the London Olympic games won General Electric Co. the sixth slot on Interbrand’s ranking of global brands.