The joke around Redmond is that Kevin Scott, LinkedIn’s senior vice-president of Infrastructure, saw Microsoft’s chief technology officer position advertised on LinkedIn and decided to drink the Kool-Aid.
As if malware-ridden apps and drive-by infections from websites are not enough, now you can get malware from clicking on an image on social media sites.
LinkedIn has launched a suite of new products that include an online learning platform — LinkedIn Learning — that the professional network says will enable individuals and organisations to achieve their objectives and aspirations, and help overcome challenges caused by the “ever-shrinking shelf-life of skills”.
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What's the price after the sale?
Will it support Voice over LTE from all the carriers here?
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