Tag: Enterprise Computing

Judge Clears Way for Amazon and Microsoft to Compete for Giant Pentagon Contract

SEATTLE — A federal judge ruled on Friday that Amazon did not unduly influence the shape of one of the largest technology contracts in the Pentagon’s history, setting the stage for the Department of Defense to choose between Amazon and Microsoft for the $10 billion project. Oracle had alleged that Amazon and the Defense Department […]

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You’re Hired. Now Wear This Headset to Learn the Job.

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — When Toby Bouska Jr. started assembling cabs for Kenworth semitrucks last year, he learned the ropes by observing longtime workers at the factory. But it wasn’t exactly engaging, and he didn’t get much practice doing the job himself. “It’s them doing the job, and you just have to watch,” said Mr. Bouska, […]

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As Slack Prepares to Go Public, Its C.E.O. Is Holding His Tongue

SAN FRANCISCO — Stewart Butterfield, chief executive of the workplace collaboration app Slack, once offended Robert De Niro at an awards event with an irreverent comment, prompting the actor to curse at him from the stage. On another occasion, Mr. Butterfield bought a snarky full-page newspaper ad to taunt a rival, Microsoft. And he has […]

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