Month: November 2020

Marc Benioff, chairman and chief executive officer of speaks during the grand opening ceremonies for the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco on May 22, 2018. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Salesforce’s deal to buy Slack is expected to be announced Tuesday after markets close, sources told CNBC’s David Faber. The deal
The traditional home entertainment system with AV receivers, multiple speakers, and far too many wires is now passé; many are now looking for smart, wireless, and minimalist solutions. From televisions that can do everything, to soundbars that offer home theatre-like sound, to smart speakers that fetch the music you want on command, the home entertainment
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Active Directory account lockouts can be hugely problematic for organizations. There have been documented instances of attackers leveraging the account lockout feature in a type of denial of service attack. By intentionally entering numerous bad passwords, attackers can theoretically lock all of the users out of their accounts. But what do you do if you
Flipkart Flipstart Days sale will kick off starting tomorrow, December 1, till December 3, 2020. The sale will offer up to 80 percent off on electronic accessories and up to 50 percent off on TVs, ACs, and refrigerators. The sale is across categories and includes discounts and offers in clothes, footwear, accessories, beauty, sports, furniture,
Some 2,500 Amazon workers in Germany started a three-day strike Thursday timed to disrupt the online retailer’s “Black Friday” sales bonanza. The strike, called by the powerful Verdi union, is set to last until Saturday and marks the latest escalation in a years-long battle with Amazon for better pay and working conditions. “We estimate that
In 2018, Microsoft made one of its priciest acquisitions ever, spending $7.5 billion on code-sharing site GitHub. It wasn’t the cleanest fit. GitHub is used by over 50 million developers who tend to be outspoken, including when it comes to things they dislike about Microsoft. The deal continues to pose unexpected challenges, like a recent