Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) CEO Loses Son

Zain Nadella, the son of Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) CEO, Satya Nadella, has died at the age of 26. Zain, who has cerebral palsy, received treatment from the Seattle Children’s Hospital. The Nadellas have shown support for the Seattle Children’s Hospital and other hospitals that help people born with disabilities. The family is taking time to grieve their son’s loss privately.

Microsoft Defender for Business is available for small businesses 

Microsoft has made Microsoft Defender for Business available on Microsoft 365 Business Premium. This move is in response to the needs of small and medium-sized businesses that have had security issues. These businesses have seen an increasing number of cyberattacks aimed at them.

In addition, Microsoft will allow customers to put games from its Windows Store in any folder. This new feature is now out for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users. It will also simplify the installation process for gamers and allow them to back up data and restore it in the future.

Meanwhile, the company is collaborating with MyMedicalHUB to prevent and care for musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries. This announcement comes at a great time as the Bone and Joint initiative reports that MSK injuries are one of the most common, with the U.S spending nearly $1 trillion each year in their treatment.

Until now, no other facility has looked into preventing MSK injuries. This is despite prevention playing a considerable role in reducing other diseases, including cancer and high blood pressure.

Microsoft is collaborating with Akitt

The company also collaborated with Akitt to create sign language support in Forza Horizon 5. Microsoft has a new update with British and American sign language for in-game cinematics.

Microsoft plans to incorporate a 5G network into its cloud to make it faster. So far, the company jas built a network with over 60 data centers worldwide where its customers rent computing storage and power.

Microsoft Surface Headphones are currently on offer on Amazon. The headphones, which usually go for $249.99, will now be $225.50. Target will also have them for $229.99. While this is not as low as they were during Black Friday, this is the second-best deal since.

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Published by Steve Hackney

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