Microsoft denied vehemently that the Bing search engine copies search results from Google. The Senior VP for Microsoft's online services division, Yusuf Mehdi stated "We do not copy results from competitors. Period. Full stop," Mehdi's statement of course was only in response to Google's allegations that Microsoft's Bing team where monitoring Google's search traffic and results in order to tweak their own search rankings accordingly.
And Google's "sting operation" only proves that Google is worried about Microsoft's improvements to the Bing Search Engine
On-demand Event Event Date: March 23, 2017
As you adopt the use of cloud services, whether in public/IaaS, SaaS or hybrid environments, the attack surface expands and, if breached, the costs increase exponentially.
This session is designed to help IT and security leaders understand and address the unique challenges that enterprises typically face when they deploy their applications in the public cloud. It summarizes the areas that the public cloud vendors typically take care of and highlights the areas …
The world of data storage is changing around us as organizations continue to seek ways by which they can leverage cloud-based services. However, simply shifting everything to the public cloud is generally neither desirable nor feasible, so organizations are struggling with finding ways that they can leverage the public cloud and its outcomes where it makes sense and leave everything else on-premises.
The Gorilla Guide lays out the key questions and considerations you need to think through in building your …