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symbol MSFT
会社名 Microsoft Corporation (マイクロソフト)
分野(sector) Technology   ハイテク
産業(industry) Computer Software: Prepackaged Software  
業種 ソフトウェア   IT・通信(IT_Communications)
概要 事業概要 マイクロソフト(Microsoft Corporation)は技術会社である。同社は多様なソフトウェア製品、サービス、デバイスを開発・ライセンス供与・サポートする。同社は生産性・ビジネスプロセス事業、インテリジェントクラウド事業およびその他のパーソナルコンピューティング事業を運営する。同社の製品にはオペレーティングシステム、クロスデバイスの生産性アプリケーション、サーバーアプリケーション、ビジネスソリューションアプリケーション、デスクトップおよびサーバー管理ツール、ソフトウェア開発ツール、ビデオゲーム、コンピューターシステムインテグレーターと開発者のトレーニングと認定を含む。また、パーソナルコンピューター(PC)、タブレットゲームおよびエンターテインメントコンソール、電話機、その他のインテリジェントデバイス、関連アクセサリなど、クラウドベースの製品と統合されたデバイスの設計・製造・販売を行う。同社は顧客にソフトウェア、サービス、プラットフォーム、およびコンテンツを提供するクラウドベースのソリューションを含む一連のサービスを提供し、ソリューションサポートとコンサルティングサービスを提供する。   マイクロソフトは米国のソフトウエア大手。多様なコンピュ―タ向けにソフトウエアの開発、製造、ライセンス供与、サポ―トを展開。「ウィンドウズ」、サ―バ―、パソコン、OS、クライアントやサ―バ―環境向けアプリケ―ション、業務自動化・効率化アプリケ―ション、ソフトウエア開発ツ―ルに加え、家庭用ビデオゲ―ム機器、タブレットを提供。本社はワシントン州。   Microsoft Corp. engages in the development and support of software, services, devices, and solutions. It operates through the following business segments: Productivity and Business Processes; Intelligent Cloud; and More Personal Computing. The Productivity and Business Processes segment comprises products and services in the portfolio of productivity, communication, and information services of the company spanning a variety of devices and platform. The Intelligent Cloud segment refers to the public, private, and hybrid serve products and cloud services of the company which can power modern business. The More Personal Computing segment encompasses products and services geared towards the interests of end users, developers, and IT professionals across all devices. The firm also offers operating systems; cross-device productivity applications; server applications; business solution applications; desktop and server management tools; software development tools; video games; personal computers, tablets; gaming and entertainment consoles; other intelligent devices; and related accessories. The company was founded by Paul Gardner Allen and William Henry Gates III in 1975 and is headquartered in Redmond, WA.
本社所在地 One Microsoft Way Redmond WA 98052-6399 USA
代表者氏名 Bradford Lee Smith ブラッドフォードリースミス
代表者役職名 President Chief Legal Officer
電話番号 +1 425-882-8080
設立年月日 1975年
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear 1986年
従業員数 97535人
url www.microsoft.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/msft
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 45319
終値(lastsale) 110.98
時価総額(marketcap) 851018757729.68
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 833228.5
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 110360
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 780119.5
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 30267
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 30 June 2018 Microsoft Corporation revenues increased 14% to $110.36B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 19% to $30.27B. Revenues reflect Productivity and Business Processes segment increase of 20% to $35.87B Intelligent Cloud segment increase of 18% to $32.22B More Personal Computing segment increase of 8% to $42.28B Other Countries segment increase of 20% to $54.43B.

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   iPhone camera hack yields security researcher $75,000 from Apple  2020/04/04 13:35:14 BGR.com
A security researcher unearthed seven zero-day vulnerabilities in mobile Safari and leveraged them to hijack an iPhone camera. The iPhone camera hack landed the researcher a $75,000 check from Apple. Apple fixed the exploit via a Safari update earlier this year. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . Apple recently paid a white hat hacker $75,000 after he unearthed a number of zero-day vulnerabilities that could have allowed a malicious actor to gain access to the camera on a user's iPhone or MacBook. Originally brought to light via Forbes , a former Amazon security engineer named Ryan Pickren was curious about exploring and finding potential security loopholes on the iPhone. The report reads in part: During December 2019, Pickren decided to put the notion that "bug hunting is all about finding assumptions in software and violating those assumptions to see what happens" to the test. He opted to delve into Apple Safari for iOS and macOS, to "hammer the browser with obscure corner cases" until weird behavior was uncovered.
   Blockchain Provides Trusted Data to Counter Spread of Coronavirus  2020/04/04 11:50:00 Cointelegraph
MiPasa leverages data analytics and IBM’s blockchain platform to ensure accurate and trustworthy COVID-19 data for researchers, clinicians and governments. With each passing day, new data regarding the coronavirus pandemic is being brought to the public’s attention. From the number of cases in various regions to ever-changing safety procedures like wearing masks in public, COVID-19 data is clearly present, yet remains inconsistent. While a lack of accurate information may be frustrating on a personal level, ever-changing data is taking a toll on the health officials and researchers working effortlessly to help subdue the coronavirus crisis. To combat the issue, a San Francisco-based blockchain security company Hacera launched a data analytics platform in February to combat inaccurate COVID-19 data. Hacrera’s founder, Jonathan Levi, told Cointelegraph that the platform known as MiPasa is a distributed and verifiable data hub that is being used to collect, validate and leverage COVID-19 data, saying: “MiPasa is using data in an effective, humane and privacy-respecting way.
   Madonna donates $1m to help create coronavirus vaccine  2020/04/04 10:16:00 The Independent
Madonna has donated £1m to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in order to help create a vaccine for coronavirus. Earlier this week, the Microsoft co-founder announced his plans to fund seven different research labs to find a cure for the disease.
   This Day in History: April 4  2020/04/04 04:00:45 Fox News
Martin Luther King Jr. is assassinated; Microsoft is founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen; Beyonce and Jay-Z are married; and more.
   Will gadget shopping ever be the same again after the pandemic?  2020/04/03 21:00:17 South China Morning Post
This article originally appeared on ABACUSApple unveiled the new iPad Pro and MacBook Air two weeks ago, but most fans still can’t try them out in stores. Since March 13, the Californian giant has shuttered all of its retail outlets except in Greater China, along with Samsung and Microsoft, which also closed their US stores. Trying to find a good laptop to buy now that everyone in the family is staying home? Or wondering how Apple’s updated keyboard feels? All of sudden, it’s no longer an…
   Microsoft will make all its 2020 events ‘digital-first’  2020/04/01 21:26:03 The Next Web
We’re living in strange times. Yeah, it’s getting pretty old to say that, but it’s hard to ignore the way the coronavirus pandemic has affected day-to-day life. For this reporter, that means no physical tech events for the foreseeable future. Case in point: ZDNet reports Microsoft plans on hosting all its 2020 events as “digital-first” experiences, as confirmed by a spokesperson: In light of the challenges presented by COVID-19, we are adjusting our event calendar and strategy. For the remainder of 2020, we are embracing the opportunity to experiment with new platforms to provide our partners, customers, and developers the highest… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: Microsoft
   4 Top Stock Trades for Thursday: MSFT, T, PTON, SPY  2020/04/01 21:08:04 InvestorPlace
AT&T, Microsoft, the S&P 500 ETF and Peloton were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's have a look at the charts now.
   Amazon bucked one of the worst quarters in market history and posted a gain amid the COVID crisis — Here's why Wall Street loves the stock (AMZN)  2020/04/01 20:01:27 Business Insider
Amazon shares gained 5.5% in the first quarter, while other tech giants and the broader market tanked amid the coronavirus outbreak. Analysts told Business Insider that Amazon is well-positioned to hold up against the recession because of the surge in online shopping and its cloud service usage, among others. 46 of the 48 analysts that track Amazon's stock recommending buying it, the most number of "buy" ratings among all S&P 500 companies, according to FactSet. The employee revolt against Amazon's working conditions is not expected to have a major impact on consumer behavior, analysts say. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Few companies stand to gain as much as Amazon during the coronavirus outbreak as more people shop and work online following "stay-at-home" mandates issued across the country. And Wall Street is rewarding Amazon for that. Amazon's stock finished the first quarter with a positive gain while other tech giants and the broader market suffered steep losses across the board.
   Avii Adds Support for Microsoft Office 365 Calendar to its Unified Accounting Platform  2020/04/01 17:57:00 Business Wire
SILICON SLOPES, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #AccountingPracticeManagement--Avii provides accountants using Avii Workspace™ the ability to operate seamlessly with MS Office 365 within its unified client portal.
   Slack will now let users make video calls with Microsoft Teams — its biggest competitor — from directly within the Slack app  2020/04/01 17:55:17 Business Insider
Slack announced that it is officially launching an integration with Microsoft Teams video calling feature, allowing users to launch video calls in Microsoft Teams directly from Slack. CEO Stewart Butterfield told Business Insider last month, before the integration was officially announced, that Slack already has integrations with many other video calling apps, like Zoom and Cisco WebEx, so this integration with Microsoft Teams is meant to give users more choice. While Slack and Microsoft Teams often compete, Butterfield said that 70 percent of Slack's customers are also Microsoft customers and sometimes use Teams for video calling. Slack said in the past month it's seen a 350 percent increase in calls made or received in Slack, including using Slack's own limited calling feature and via integrations with apps like Zoom and Cisco WebEx. Click here for more BI Prime stories . Slack announced that it is officially launching an integration with Microsoft Teams video calling feature, a little less than a week after CEO Stewart Butterfield said the company was working on it.
   Plaid and Microsoft launch partnership sounding quite open finance-like  2020/03/31 04:44:00 AltFi
Your spreadsheet is becoming a fintech app, if you want it to, and you don't need to know how to do pivot tables.
   Microsoft takes on Grammarly with new Editor extension for Chrome and Edge  2020/03/31 03:50:56 The Next Web
Today, Microsoft announced it was rebranding Office 365 as Microsoft 365 as it sought to expand its feature set beyond work life. Among the most interesting of those new features is Microsoft Editor, the company’s challenger to Grammarly. While Microsoft has had spelling and grammar correction in Word and other Office apps for as long as I can remember, Microsoft Editor doubles down on the feature by offering up AI-powered writing suggestions that go well beyond the usual fare. Moreover, it is available outside of Office apps, as an extension for both Chrome and the new Edge. The new Editor… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: Microsoft
   What Microsoft, Nvidia and Others Have Shared About Demand for Cloud Apps and Services  2020/03/31 00:06:05 The Street
Usage has spiked for a wide variety of entertainment and productivity apps and services.
   Microsoft Aids ETFs By Launching 7% After Surge In Cloud Services  2020/03/30 21:59:46 ETF Trends
Shares of Microsoft closed up 7% on Monday, beating out other major technology stocks on the day and launching some ETFs higher after the company disclosed a surge in the use of its cloud services on the 365 platform. The tech behemoth implemented some significant changes to its Office software Monday, announcing that it is […] The post Microsoft Aids ETFs By Launching 7% After Surge In Cloud Services appeared first on ETF Trends .
   Microsoft to shift SMBs' Office subscriptions to 'Microsoft 365' brand  2020/03/30 21:14:00 ComputerWorld
Microsoft today announced name changes to the Office 365 subscription plans in the Business line, substituting "Microsoft 365" instead. The Redmond, Wash. developer did not touch subscription plans aimed at enterprise, education and government. Plan names will automatically change on April 21, Microsoft said in an online statement . Prices of the plans will not change. Office 365 Business Essentials, the lowest-priced plan in the Business line, will become Microsoft 365 Business Basic . Office 365 Business, the middling plan in the trio that provides the Office applications and OneDrive, but no other services, will become Microsoft 365 Apps . Office 365 Business Premium, the most capable and most expensive subscription plan of the three, will become Microsoft 365 Business Standard . Microsoft will change the moniker of Microsoft 365 Business to Microsoft 365 Business Premium to fit it into the Business line as the top-dollar $20 per-user per-month plan. That subscription adds security and management tools to Office 365 Business Standard, née Premium. (Currently, this is the lowest-priced plan in the Microsoft 365 line.

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