Perion Network Ltd (NASDAQ: PERI) recently announced that Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) awarded its search advertising business unit with EMEA’s Supply Partner of the year. Perion Network is a company that utilizes technology to advertise third-party’s businesses.
Microsoft awarded the business unit with the prestigious award because it exceeded expectations while partnering up with Microsoft in all areas of advertising. Perion recently admitted that the recognition is produced from true partnerships such as revenue growth, among others.
The Big Tech company highlighted its excitement to manifest its gratitude to the business unit by acknowledging its hard work and results. The company added that the partners were crucial to the business due to their spirit of collaboration.
Microsoft is appealing to regulators on its acquisition of Activision
During an interview, Dan Howley, a yahoo financer, revealed that Microsoft was in the process of appealing to the relevant regulatory bodies amid its plans to acquire Activision. A report released by the company collaborated with the financer’s remarks.
Dan Howley further revealed that Microsoft was attempting to appeal to the regulators to ease the $68.7 billion acquisition of the gaming company. However, being the company’s largest acquisition, Microsoft recognizes the concerns paused by the regulatory bodies during the process.
The company recently announced issuing a 60% discount to all Google legacy G site consumers by 1st May 2022. In addition, Jared Spataro, the head of Microsoft 365, stated that the company offers free solutions to startups that rely on the site.
Microsoft could collaborate with Mandiat
The company recently began conversations with Mandiat, a cybersecurity, and incidence response company, to improve the measures protecting consumers’ online data, and Mandiant’s market value is estimated to be $ 4.3 billion.
The rate of cyber threats is currently on the rise. Therefore, the company is attempting to create means that mitigate the danger, primarily due to Microsoft’s products being the target of hackers.
The company also intends to block its visual basic for several office applications. The company affects the alterations in applications such as macros, among others. Microsoft’s representative stated that the default was for security purposes, including users who worked from home, among others.
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