Microsoft is turning to the start-up nation for inspiration in reinventing itself as a start-up, according to the company’s local research and development chief, and as reported in the Times of Israel. “In the
According to The Jerusalem Post, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz met with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in Jerusalem to discuss strategic partnership to promote technology, namely Internet Cloud Technology. Microsoft has been busy with its
ComputerWorld recently covered Israel’s world leading technologies for flash storage. International conglomerates are scouting Israeli companies for the next breakthrough technology, as evidenced by EMC’s recent acquisition of XtremeIO. According to
Microsoft is beginning a new accelerator program, designed to provide development services and other support to startups. The accelerator, called Windows Azure, will be held at Microsoft’s Israel Research and Development Center.