Steve Jobs and Bill Gates: How Microsoft Saved Apple From Bankruptcy!

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates

The now trillion dollar tech giant, Apple has seen a long way full of hardships and troubles. Some 20 years ago, it was under deep waters and was saved by none other but their rival, Microsoft. In 1997 Apple was a rather different entity than what it is in the present year. It was known as Apple Computers as it was what they produced back then; computers. The problem was that Apple computers were simply too expensive to be purchased by the mass majority; having good margins wasn’t good enough…

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The Difference Between Successful And Unsuccessful People

When I consider successful people, ideas of apathetic, business-orientated, intimidating people come to mind. Never before have I considered the spirit of those I consider successful, let alone imagined that successful people are actually positive, empathetic and open to those around them as this info graphic from CAOB suggests. So what are the differences between successful and unsuccessful people? Unsuccessful people tend to: 1. Criticise others. 2. Exude anger and a sense of entitlement. 3. Blame others for their failing. 4. Fear change. 5. Hold grudges. These seem pretty obvious;…

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Read how his girlfriend helped Mr. Murthy set up Infosys

Narayana Murthy

This is about a name in Indian Software Industry, which is Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy who is the co- founder of Infosys, one of the biggest software company in India and also known as the “ Father of Indian IT sector”. He was born and raised in Koler district of Karnataka, in a middle-class family and was really brilliant since his childhood. He has studied Electrical Engineering (BTech.) from National Institute of Engineering, University of Mysore. Even after graduation, he kept on studying and completed his masters (MTech.) from Indian…

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Microsoft says it has found a Russian operation targeting U.S. political institutions

Microsoft

SAN FRANCISCO — A group affiliated with the Russian government created phony versions of six websites — including some related to public policy and to the U.S. Senate — with the apparent goal of hacking into the computers of people who were tricked into visiting, according to Microsoft, which said Monday night that it discovered and disabled the fake sites. The effort by the notorious APT28 hacking group, which has been publicly linked to a Russian intelligence agency and actively interfered in the 2016 presidential election, underscores the aggressive role Russian…

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Infosys braces for bigger cost blow as Vishal Sikka bulks up on highly­paid talent

BENGALURU: Infosys is paying over Rs 1 crore to more than 1,800 employees in its overseas locations, 150 of whom were hired in the previous fiscal year, data accessed by ET shows, highlighting the cost challenge India’s second largest IT services company will face as it seeks to expand its workforce in developed markets. These salary numbers assume significance because last month Infosys announced it would hire 10,000 people in the US — a mix of freshers and experienced people — as the outsourcing industry seeks to combat the threat…

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