Microsoft Chief Technology Officer (CTO) shared his opinion of IT’s Future Apart from the Could Comp

Updated: May 19, 2010

What makes Briggs described it as a ‘big deal'? The project which developed by Microsoft recently encapsulates three important factors: a master customer database, containing records for 100 million corporate customers and some 2 billion identities.

Briggs said, ‘We're fanatical about the privacy of our customers.' Many factors, for example like legal compliance spanning many countries globally make such efforts even more complex. In order to keep in line with the rules, Microsoft has a chief privacy officer who in charge of all lines of their business.

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