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Microsoft Confronts Google's Alleged Windows Ban

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 06-02-2010 Print
Microsoft officials are highlighting the security of its Windows OS in response to Google's alleged plans to transition its employees away from Windows-based systems because of security issues. According to online reports, Google executives have supposedly pushed the search engine giant's 20,000 employees to switch to either Macs or Linux-based machines, following a January security breach that took advantage of an Internet Explorer vulnerability to steal some of Google's intellectual property.


 

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