Category: Brad Smith

Using intelligence to advance security from the edge to the cloud

Brad Smith April 16, 2018 Azure Sphere, Brad Smith, Featured, intelligent cloud, IoT, RSA, security

We are living in a world where almost everything is becoming connected, whether it’s the electrical grid, phone system, our cars, or the appliances that heat our home or chill our food.  As this Internet of Things (IoT) continues to proliferate, so does the threat of debilitating cyber-attacks, like last year’s devastating ransomware attacks that…

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A new IP strategy for a new era of shared innovation

Brad Smith April 5, 2018 Brad Smith, Featured, IP, Recent News

Every company today is becoming in part a software company – we see this every day at Microsoft. Whether it’s auto manufacturers, retailers, health care providers or financial services firms, our customers are not only transforming their own business operations with our software but collaborating with our consultants and engineers to create new digital products…

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Why Dec. 7 represents the forces that both divide and bring us together

Microsoft Corporate Blogs December 11, 2017 Brad Smith, Featured, Today in Technology

Americans know the importance of Dec. 7, 1941, when a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor resulted in the deaths of 2,400 Americans. Another Dec. 7 event is worth remembering, one that isn’t known by nearly as many people, yet is “connected in an interesting way to the events that were unleashed on Dec. 7, 1941,”…

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Innovation often comes from the heart of America

Microsoft Corporate Blogs November 29, 2017 Brad Smith, Featured, Innovation, Today in Tech

In 1882, by dint of hard work and partnership, electricity reached the Appleton Paper and Pulp Company in Appleton, Wisconsin, nine years before electricity would light up the nation’s White House. Company executive Henry J. Rogers and his colleagues had managed the seemingly impossible, using technology and innovation to harness the Fox River’s turbulent waters,…

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Remembering Sputnik as US aims to advance computer science education

Suzanne Choney October 6, 2017 Brad Smith, computer science education, Featured, Today in Technology

Sixty years ago this week, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the first satellite to orbit the Earth. The historic moment meant not only that the space race with the United States was on, but so were U.S. efforts to provide stronger math and science education to its young people, writes Brad Smith, Microsoft president, and…

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Another ‘ladder to the moon’ is raised from under the sea with Marea unveiling

Suzanne Choney September 26, 2017 Brad Smith, Featured, LinkedIn, Marea, Today in Technology

It took more than five months to lay Marea, the 4,000-mile-long cable between North America and Spain unveiled Friday, a “daunting feat today, but downright unthinkable 150 years ago,” writes Brad Smith, Microsoft president, and Carol Ann Browne, Microsoft director of executive communications, in a new post in the “Today in Technology” series on LinkedIn….

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Nearly 100 years later, a border stands strong with an arch and not a wall

Suzanne Choney September 7, 2017 Brad Smith, Featured, Innovation, LinkedIn

Nearly a century after its dedication, the issues and technologies that led to the inauguration of the International Peace Arch “speak to us in multiple ways,” writes Brad Smith, Microsoft president, and Carol Ann Browne, Microsoft director of executive communications, in a new post in the “Today in Technology” series on LinkedIn. The arch, an…

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