If these are the conditions, it is better to leave. This is the choice of LinkedIn, which has decided to leave China and close its offices in the country. Social media for the best professional contacts will not work in China for a month. There is news in the news: LinkedIn will also be the only major American social network operating publicly on Dragon Earth.
In a note, he spoke about a more difficult environment from an operational perspective, prompting LinkedIn’s top management decision, due to the increasingly stringent requirements that Beijing demands. In fact, in recent months, Chinese regulators have approved new and more stringent measures against technology companies that handle data, creating an exciting climate for even the largest Chinese technologies.
A few months ago, according to a Wall Street Journal article, Chinese authority monitoring the Internet forced LinkedIn’s top management to better control their content and give them 30 days. A decision that worsened relations between the American company and China. That’s enough to reach today’s decision.
LinkedIn was acquired by Microsoft in June 2016 for $ 26.2 billion. To everyone’s little surprise, Nadella’s move, which the CEO himself enthusiastically presented: “The LinkedIn team – Nadella said – has created a great business connecting professionals around the world. Together we want to accelerate the growth of LinkedIn, Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics.
The LinkedIn operation also aims to further mark Microsoft’s future, with a strong focus on the professional world. A world of services and technology. Microsoft has the right tools (from Office 365 – the cloud version of its popular suite – to Windows 11 and on platforms like Dynamics). Microsoft is also one of the leading companies in the field of cloud computing Amazon. So, these services were meant to be split with LinkedIn, thus creating an incredible concentration for the working world.
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