IDG’s Computerworld today released a report on Top Green IT users and vendors across the world. Microsoft was placed 4th among the top 12 Green IT vendors which shows Microsoft’s responsibility for protecting environment. HP, Fujitsu, Accenture are the others who topped this list. Microsoft is reducing its carbon footprint by following things, Efficient Buildings Waste Reduction Travel Data Center & IT Efficiency   You can read more on that at Microsoft’s Corporate Citizenship blog. ...

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Microsoft was criticised by many people yesterday because of the Bing Marketing team’s tweet. Bing’s twitter account tweeted that it would donate $1 for every retweet of that tweet upto $100K. Later Bing team apologized for their poor act. But Microsoft’s Global Community Affairs team has been busy in extending their support to Japan. Here is the list of efforts that Microsoft have so far undergone.  1. Activating our Disaster Response protocol and team – a dedicated group that mobilizes our company during crises such as this – who is leading outreach to customers, partners, the local government, and relief agencies. 2. Providing customers and partners impacted by the earthquake with free incident support to help get their operations back up and running. 3. Providing free temporary software licenses to all impacted customers and partners as well as lead governments, nonprofit partners and institutions involved in disaster response efforts. 4. ...

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