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Profile: Matt Campbell, Microsoft

Matt Campbell is director of federal sales for Microsoft. Campbell has been with Microsoft since 1996, serving various roles in the company’s enterprise and partner group. He joined the company’s health solutions group in 2007. Campbell’s first role in the health solutions group was as sales director in the Asia-Pacific …

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Social Interest Solutions and Microsoft Form Alliance

Social Interest Solutions and Microsoft have announced a strategic alliance to help government agencies save time and money in designing and deploying technology and processes underlying health insurance exchanges. Microsoft will provide technology and state government expertise. Social Interest Solutions will provide knowledge and experience focusing on enrollment, standards and …

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Dell Receives Four Awards at Microsoft Worldwide Conference

Dell has recently announced it has received four Partner of the Year Awards at the 2011 Microsoft Worldwide Conference in Los Angeles. The firm is being recognized for providing outstanding solutions and services. Dell was also honored for demonstrating excellent engagement across the U.S. and specific regions. “As the recipient …

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Kofax Releases Microsoft NET Software Development Toolkit

Kofax plc today announced the release of Atalasoft DotImage 10, the latest version of its software development toolkit (SDK) for Microsoft NET developers. The updated toolkit, intended for applications built using the .NET Framework for Microsoft Windows Forms, WPF, ASP.NET and Silverlight, possesses new capabilities including a new HTML document …

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Microsoft Announces Cybersecurity Technologies Competition

Microsoft Corp.’s Trustworthy Computing Group announced today a competition for the development of new computer security protection technologies. The contest includes more than $250,000 in cash and prizes. The BlueHat Prize competition is designed to generate new ideas for cybersecurity and mitigation technologies to prevent the exploitation of memory safety …

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Microsoft Announces Winners of 2011 U.S. Innovative Education Forum

Microsoft has announced the winners of the 2011 U.S. Innovative Education Forum, an event honoring educational leaders who find innovative ways to incorporate technology into their curriculum for the purpose of enhanced learning ability. One hundred educators educators from 25 states, including Alabama, California and Pennsylvania, were selected for recognition …

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Microsoft Offers $250K Reward for Rustock Information

Microsoft recently announced it is offering a $250,000 reward for any information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of those involved with the Rustock spamming botnet. The bounty is part of Microsoft’s ongoing campaign against the authors of the infamous malware. Rustock, which is known as one of the …

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Capgemini, Microsoft Team Up on Global Cloud Services Plan

Capgemini announced this week it will be teaming up with Microsoft on a global plan to deploy Capgemini’s services to its customers on the Windows Azure platform. According to Capgemini, the company will market and deliver services around Windows Azure, Microsoft’s cloud platform, mobilizing Capgemini’s full lifecycle capabilities in orchestrating, …

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Microsoft Researchers: Cyber Crime Losses Exaggerated

Reports of losses from cyber crimes gathered from surveys are greatly exaggerated and often based on unverified, self-reported numbers and skewed results, according to two Microsoft researchers. In the “Sex, Lies and Cybercrime Surveys” report, Dinei Florencio and Cormac Herley say much of the information on cyber-crime losses comes from …

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Executive Spotlight: Carol Kerins of Microsoft

As sales director for federal systems integrators at Microsoft, Carol Kerins manages the worldwide Microsoft/Systems Integrator Business Unit; an organization within Microsoft’s Federal Business. Kerin’s responsibilities include strategy, development and execution of global sales strategy to support the top five federal integrators, including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, BAE Systems …

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Microsoft Sri Lanka Hosts ‘Connecting Communities’ Forum

Microsoft Sri Lanka has provided a forum to connect nonprofits and charities across the country. The company recently hosted “Connecting Communities,” a one-day networking event designed to share how Microsoft technology can enhance the missions of these organizations. The forum, intended for different organizations to brainstorm ways in which IT …

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Microsoft Promotes Greg Meyers to VP of Federal Sales

Microsoft announced Greg Meyers has been promoted to vice president of federal sales at Microsoft. Meyers has been with the company for two years and prior to his promotion, served as general manager of U.S. federal civilian and healthcare sales. The executive has more than 24 years of experience in …

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