Submit Content
Get the latest delivered to your inbox
Privacy Policy

Software

News and content about corporate responsibility innovations in the software industry.

    Microsoft Donates $7 Million in Software To Help Nine Innovative Nonprofit Organizations Improve Technology Infrastructure Image

    Microsoft Donates $7 Million in Software To Help Nine Innovative Nonprofit Organizations Improve Technology Infrastructure

    Microsoft Corp. today announced the donation of $7 million in software to nine national nonprofit organizations. Microsoft Technology Leadership Grants, awarded annually, provide nonprofits with software solutions that improve their ability to deliver services and help them ...

    As National Hispanic Heritage Month Begins, Microsoft Announces $1.7 Million Software Donation to Innovative Hispanic Nonprofit; Sponsors Hispanic Heritage Awards in Washington, D.C. Image

    As National Hispanic Heritage Month Begins, Microsoft Announces $1.7 Million Software Donation to Innovative Hispanic Nonprofit; Sponsors Hispanic Heritage Awards in Washington, D.C.

    Microsoft Corp. today announced it has awarded a Technology Leadership Grant to The ASPIRA Association Inc., a national nonprofit organization devoted to the education and leadership development of Latino youth. ASPIRA is one of nine organizations to receive a Technology Lea...

    A World of Change: Microsoft, Youth Foundations Offer 4,000 Polish Children First Experience with Computers and the Internet Image

    A World of Change: Microsoft, Youth Foundations Offer 4,000 Polish Children First Experience with Computers and the Internet

    When children in seven schools in rural Poland return to their classrooms in September, they will experience something many never dreamed possible: access to a computer.

    In Korsze and Barciany—two disadvantaged communities in northern Pol...

    Designing for Everyone: Microsoft Accessibility Strategist Greg Lowney Accepts the Ron Mace Designing for the 21st Century Award on Microsoft's Behalf Image

    Designing for Everyone: Microsoft Accessibility Strategist Greg Lowney Accepts the Ron Mace Designing for the 21st Century Award on Microsoft's Behalf

    Today during a reception for the "Spirit of the ADA" Torch Relay, Microsoft accessibility strategist Greg Lowney accepted on Microsoft’s behalf the Ron Mace Designing for the 21st Century International Award, which honors the company’s visionary leadership in designing produ...

    Microsoft Gives $300,000 to Los Angeles Area Boys & Girls Club Amidst "Monster" Display of Anti-Counterfeiting Efforts Image

    Microsoft Gives $300,000 to Los Angeles Area Boys & Girls Club Amidst "Monster" Display of Anti-Counterfeiting Efforts

    Today in front of a backdrop of a 16-by-16-foot wall made of counterfeit software, Microsoft Corp. announced plans to donate $300,000 from anti-piracy recovery efforts to the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster, Calif., over the next three years. To show the extent of the s...

    Microsoft Challenges Industry to Advance the Spirit of the ADA Through Technology Image

    Microsoft Challenges Industry to Advance the Spirit of the ADA Through Technology

    Today during a 10th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Microsoft Corp.'s director of federal government affairs, Jack Krumholtz, challenged the high-tech industry to make technology easier for people with disabilities to use....

    Microsoft Extends International Giving With Initiatives To Bridge Global Digital Divide Image

    Microsoft Extends International Giving With Initiatives To Bridge Global Digital Divide

    Today, as part of the Group of Eight summit meeting, Microsoft Corp. pledged nearly $1 million for four new initiatives to help communities around the world bridge the digital divide. Additionally, Microsoft endorsed the White House global digital divide Call to Action and s...

    Microsoft Recruits, Hires and Accommodates People with Disabilities Image

    Microsoft Recruits, Hires and Accommodates People with Disabilities

    When Bill Graham interviewed for a position at Microsoft in November 1995, two things impressed him: he felt his deafness was treated as irrelevant to the selection process, while his special needs were fully accommodated.

    "Instead of us...

    Chief Minister Inaugurates Sophia Computer Centre for Mentally Challenged Children Image

    Chief Minister Inaugurates Sophia Computer Centre for Mentally Challenged Children

    Sophia Opportunity School announced the opening of their Computer Centre, today. Hon'ble Chief Minister of Karnataka, Mr. S M Krishna, inaugurated the Centre, at a function organized by the School. Microsoft has provided aid towards the construction and setting up of the Cen...

    U.N. Official Praises Microsoft Employees for Helping Refugees Image

    U.N. Official Praises Microsoft Employees for Helping Refugees

    Although Microsoft employees spend their days creating and refining technologies that improve people’s lives, it took their efforts in the Kosovo refugee crisis last year to remind them of just how profound technology’s impact can be.

    Tha...

    Join today and get the latest delivered to your inbox