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See more Software Top 20 tech companies for remote jobs in 2020
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See more Digital Transformation Microsoft's Satya Nadella touts tech independence at NRF 2020
He called for retailers to forge their own path. Don't expect to be "cool by association with a tech friend," the CEO says.
See more Digital Transformation Microsoft rolls out patch for serious Windows bug highlighted by NSA
Designed to exploit a vulnerability in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 and 2019, the bug could allow an attacker to remotely access and control an infected computer.
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