If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But are organisations that are running Windows XP aware of the risks when using a 12-year-old operating system? Ken Wye Saw, Chairman of ICT & New Technologies, Singapore Manufacturing Federation, and CEO of CrimsonLogic, speaks to Futures about the importance of organisations to keep their IT resources current.
BINUS University, in partnership with Microsoft and ASUS, today announced the deployment of Windows 8.1 based ASUS Transformer Book T100 devices to enhance its online learning. The devices will be used by diploma, bachelor’s and master’s degree students within the BINUS Online Learning program.
Microsoft today announced Ms Sonia Bashir Kabir as the new Country Manager for Bangladesh. Ms Kabir’s appointment takes effect immediately, taking over the role previously held by Mr Pubudu Basyaneke, who has led operations in Bangladesh since 2012.
The Myanma Computer Company (MCC) today inked a strategic alliance with Microsoft that will see 100,000 people trained and equipped with workforce-ready IT skills over the next three years. Under the alliance, the MCC will offer new programs in cloud computing and other emerging technologies in association with Microsoft.
At World Cities Summit, Microsoft reveals how the use of innovative technology is changing the way cities are tackling urbanization challenges and transforming the lives for their citizens. Microsoft CityNext believes a people-first approach is the key to future-proofing cities.
We are proud to announce this year’s five outstanding grand prize winners for the Microsoft YouthSpark Challenge for Change! Among the winners, four countries are represented including two inspiring students from Asia!
A Microsoft Asia survey gives some interesting insights on how consumers in Asia use cloud storage services today: 67% of consumers would rather lose their device than the content stored in it and 87% shared that it’s important for them to access their files, photos and videos from multiple devices.
Resona Group, a leading financial group in Japan that runs Resona Bank, Saitama Resona Bank and The Kinki Osaka Bank among other companies, has saved costs and enhanced security with the migration of 30,000 PCs to Windows 8.