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  1. One of the great privileges of my job is meeting with people around the world who are pushing the bounds of technology to make a difference. These change-makers are solving some of our world’s most pressing challenges, often overcoming the odds to do so. As I reflect on the year, I want to celebrate 10 people and teams who inspired me in 2018 with their ambition to think big and take action, and also with their commitment to never lose sight of those whose lives they are trying to better. From a Ghanaian teacher who taught his students Word on a chalkboard, to a young entrepreneur in Pari
  2. Speaking today at the Microsoft Government Leaders Summit in Washington DC, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made the case for edge computing, even while pushing the Azure cloud as what he called “the world’s computer.” While Amazon, Google and other competitors may have something to say about that, marketing hype aside, many companies are still in the midst of transitioning to the cloud. Nadella says the future of computing could actually be at the edge where computing is done locally before data is then transferred to the cloud for AI and machine learning purposes. What
  3. Microsoft’s CEO looks to a future beyond Windows, iOS, and Android The future of the next 46 billion devices Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images “What do you think is the biggest hardware business at Microsoft?” asked Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella last week during a private media event. “Xbox,” answered a reporter who had been quizzing Nadella on how the company’s hardware products like Surface and Xbox fit into the broader ambitions of Microsoft. “No, it’s our cloud,” fired back Nadella, explaining
  4. Microsoft CEO believes backdoors aren't the answer Satya Nadella chooses privacy and public safety over backdoors (Image credit: Mike Moore) As Apple is once again in the midst of another fight over encryption following a recent shooting at Pensacola naval base, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella weighed in with his thoughts on the encryption question. During a recent meeting with reporters, Nadella reiterated Microsoft's opposition to encryption backdoors while also expressing support for future legal and technical solutions,
  5. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is trying to distinguish the business technology giant from its technology brethren by focusing on digital privacy. That’s one of the takeaways from Nadella’s opening talk on Monday from Microsoft’s annual Build conference for developers in Seattle, Wash. This year, Microsoft’s big coder conference was sandwiched between Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference last week and Google’s upcoming Google I/0 event, starting later this week. Part of Nadella’s opening talk centered on user privacy, which Nadella referred to as “
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