Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-27/microsoft-posts-sales-profit-gain-shares-drop-on-azure-concern

It’s not a secret that Microsoft’s future depends on Azure not only being successful, but dominant. With Google Workspace dethroning Office 365 in the cloud productivity markets, Windows needing a complete re-write since a decade ago and their consequent monopoly on exploits and ransomware attacks in the PC and Server…

“To invent the sailing ship is to invent the shipwreck. To invent the train is to invent the rail accident of derailment. To invent the family automobile is to produce the pile-up on the highway.” — Paul Virilio

Despite entire industries and trade disciplines existing solely to manage Microsoft architecture…

https://www.statista.com/statistics/701020/major-operating-systems-targeted-by-ransomware/

Although most platforms have had their flare-ups with ransomware, it’s well-known that Microsoft’s legacy architecture has a hyper-monopoly with respect to ransomware infections that consequently renders all other platforms into negligible outliers in comparison. In fact, there’s nothing in this world that Microsoft monopolizes better than ransomware attacks at the…

Is Microsoft a company comprised of diverse progressives that coincidentally empowers nationalism, its government entities, its political candidates, and its right-wing propaganda outlets or is it a company with a plurality of nationalists that is acting accordingly?

There is currency in appearing progressive and woke in this day and age…

One of the technology trends emerging today can be found in various analytic firms, consultants, and the like recommending that their clients invest in multi-cloud infrastructure and distribute workloads between AWS and Azure rather than using either of them exclusively. Although this was not the first time that multi-cloud…

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