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!
Microsoft Singapore’s Managing Director Jessica Tan speaks to Futures about how Microsoft and its partners are working closely with the public, private and people sectors to help Singapore harness the power of technology and innovation for a brighter future.
Find out how Microsoft’s CSR programmes and today’s cutting edge technologies are helping local communities in Thailand discover opportunities that would help them become innovators that the country needs.
Mobile phones became even more functional than ever before when cameras were added to the overall device. This significant change has made casual photography easy and spontaneous and has also changed the way we record our lives.
Social technologies are an integral part of how people are communicating and collaborating today, both personally and professionally. HR leaders now have an unprecedented opportunity to embrace enterprise social tools to engage, connect and empower employees, enabling a more responsive organization.
Microsoft YouthSpark Challenge for Change is a global contest that encourages young people who are passionate about social causes to submit their ideas for how they can spark social good in their communities, college campuses or throughout the world, using the new Windows and Office. Five grand prize winners will receive a volunteer travel experience in the Amazon, $2,500 cash to kick-start their projects and a Microsoft technology bundle including Windows Phone 8, Xbox One and Surface 2 (or equivalent device).
Microsoft announces availability of Office 365 Personal in Asia Pacific, a new consumer subscription offering catered for the individual, enabling the robust capabilities and unmistakable look and feel of Office across multiple devices
We know it’s hard to say goodbye, but all good things must come to an end. Microsoft Asia marks the end of support for Windows XP and Office 2003 today, and if you are still on the ageing platform – we are here to help.