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As cloud services continue to scale, their impact on the environment cannot be overlooked. That’s why today we’re announcing the general availability of the Microsoft Emissions Impact Dashboard, a tool that helps Microsoft cloud customers understand, track, report, analyze, and reduce carbon emissions associated with their cloud usage. The Emissions Impact Dashboard is part of our …

Microsoft and 13 companies across nine Asia Pacific countries today launched Code; Without Barriers to help close the gender gap in the region’s fast-growing cloud, artificial intelligence (AI) and digital technology sectors. The program provides a platform to enable female developers, coders, and other technical talent to contribute towards inclusive economic growth, encourage innovation and better reflect …

Microsoft today released the Singapore findings of its 2021 Global Tech Support Scam Research report that surveys people across 16 countries to assess the current environment for tech support scams and the impact on consumers. The survey found that 34% of Singaporeans received an unsolicited call in the past 12 months, almost double from a 2018 survey. …

The true team identity is created by its people. And personal growth is determined by the team identity. By having a common goal, we push each other towards it and let no one stay behind. We celebrate each other, learn to understand, make mistakes and grow. We have proven that to be able to make …

By Mike Yeh, Associate General Counsel, Microsoft Asia Since the start of the pandemic, almost everyone has become an armchair data scientist. Each morning, we wake up and want to know how many cases of COVID-19 are in our local area, where those cases are, whether the case numbers are rising or falling, and how …

By Richard Warner, AVS Lead, Microsoft Asia As Southeast Asian nations move at different stages towards economic recovery and remote working and learning remains largely the norm, cloud continues to be a key enabler to unlocking innovation and greater business growth potential for many. In Southeast Asia, the cloud market will continue to witness new …

Cybercrime is globally disruptive and economically damaging, causing trillions of dollars in financial losses and operational impacts to individual and business victims. It threatens national security and diminishes trust in the digital economy and the Internet. Additionally, APAC continues to experience a higher-than-average encounter rate for malware and ransomware attacks – 1.6 and 1.7 times higher respectively …

Grab and Microsoft announced three training and development programmes aimed at empowering driver- and delivery-partners as well as students with digital skills to help them capture IT related job and traineeship opportunities. The expanded partnership aims to benefit up to 5,000 driver and delivery-partners, and 250 tertiary students by the end of 2021. Grab driver- and …

While 83 percent of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore now have digital transformation strategies in place, more than half (54 percent) reported delays in their digitalisation plans due to COVID-19. Also, despite higher adoption of digital transformation, only two in five SMEs perceive their efforts to be successful. The economic uncertainties brought about …

A volunteer program in Singapore builds a digital bridge for older citizens amid COVID-19 isolation Many of us who are staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic are coping with the help of technology, like video conferencing apps to keep connected and streaming services to pass the time. Ensuring senior citizens are connected is vital. Singapore is …