At Ability Summit 2020 Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella explains his personal passion for accessibility technologies and what accessibility means to him and to Microsoft. Satya’s son has made this personal to him. He demonstrates why empathy is core to embedding accessibility into the DNA of Microsoft and into business culture at large.
Learn about various careers in the IT industry and the women who excel at them. You can share these stories by downloading and distributing the eBook below across your organization and through your social media assets. Enjoy!
“This is the first of a series that will explore amazing jobs in the tech industry and highlight the women who currently excel in those roles, with a wealth of examples to help guide you. If you are a woman trying to navigate career options, the high-tech industry is usually not the first place you might consider to be a natural pivot point. With that in mind, we have tried to be very diverse and thoughtful in the examples we have used to show you that working in the technology industry does not necessarily mean you must be a programmer writing code. There are many roles across the tech industry, such as sales, marketing, support, consulting, and recruiting, to name a few.
What I’ve learned …”
– Jenni Flinders, US Vice President
Partner Strategy and Programs
The name of this attack, “denial of service” (DoS), refers to the intended result. Also known as a “distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS attack), these types of attacks attempt to make a Web site unresponsive, in other words to crash it. Of course the target can be any Internet site or service but the most likely targets are high-profile servers.
The perpetrators of these attacks usually flood the target with massive requests. The servers get overwhelmed and stop responding to legitimate requests. A “successful” denial of service attack forces the target computer to either reset or it consumes so much of the server’s resources that it can no longer provide service to its customers. These attacks are malicious, malevolent, and unethical. Perpetrators may be prosecuted under the laws of some countries.
For more technical information go to Wikipedia page Denial Of Service Attack.