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Microsoft has filed a request to withdraw its appeal of a South Korean antitrust ruling against the company, Microsoft said this week.
Promisec this week is announcing a security compliance and configuration management tool for large Windows networks.
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IT professionals who have acumen in diverse business areas but whose IT skills are noncertified are bringing in bigger salaries on average than their certified counterparts, according to Foote Partners, which attributes the growing imbalance to the m...
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