Zacks.com Lists Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) As #3 in Its Recent Publication

Zacks.com recently released its list of the top-performing companies and celebrated Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT). The blog’s sentiments on the company indicated it was among the watched out for companies in 2022. However, recent media publications implied that the change in the prospectus would bring its success to a halt.

The Analyst blog anticipates that the company would publish good results for the sale of $2.18 for each share. This move indicates an improvement of +11.8% compared to the previous year’s quarter.

Being positioned as Zacks #3 means that Microsoft still has the potential to expand in the next quarter. The blog used various factors such as its valuation and the previously published results to rank.

September 2021 results indicate that the company is rising, thus giving financial analysts a peek at Microsoft’s earnings. Zacks Consensus anticipates that the company’s annual revenue will increase before the year ends.

Microsoft is supporting startups in India

The company recently began initiatives in India that sustain several startups. These initiatives include Microsoft Al Innovate Season two. This project attempts to promote and invest in startups across India. The initiative will assist startups in creating more considerable industry expertise and gaining experience. As a result, the company will help startups guarantee their success.

The second initiative is the Code Titans Hackathon. The initiative sends invitations to various startups to transform their creative ideas into life-altering opportunities. Microsoft created the Hackathon to solve any difficulties in the tech economy.

Security concerns are brewing for some of Microsoft’s projects

The company recently issued a warning to its Windows consumers following rampant complaints about the security.  There are reports of several cons that dupe users into a fake product, thus stealing their personal information and utilising it fraudulently.

The giant tech company issued its consumers ways to protect themselves from such scums, including maintaining their data safely and constantly updating their computers. These methods will reduce a consumer’s chances of being hacked or affected by any malware infection. Microsoft also reiterated that it is evaluating the level of the vulnerability and looking for methods to address them.

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