Microsoft Asia recently commissioned a survey with 2,900 working professionals in eight Asia Pacific markets and confirmed that they prefer using one device to get more done – at home, in the office and everywhere in between.
There are many features we have built into Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 for an immersive experience, as well as features that will enable you quicker access to what’s important, built on a familiar experience across devices. We have picked out 8 lesser known features and fun facts about Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1, which we hope will surprise you along the way.
The Philippine Airlines (PAL) is the latest addition to a growing fleet of airlines powered by Microsoft. Find out how Office 365 helps PAL soar above the competition.Through Microsoft’s Office 365, PAL can now provide its employees with a standardized productivity cloud service that would make day-to-day communication across the entire organization more efficient and collaborative.
Jeff Bullwinkel, Microsoft’s Associate General Counsel for Asia Pacific and Japan, outline the precautions Microsoft has undertaken to ensure that customer’s data in the cloud remains protected and secure.
The much anticipated Surface Pro 3 will be launched in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, and Taiwan. Pre-orders are now on for selected markets on the Microsoft Store Online, Surface retailers and Surface commercial resellers
Microsoft Corp. announced the winners of the Microsoft Imagine Cup today, the company’s premier competition for student technologists, developers and aspiring entrepreneurs from across the globe and a cornerstone of the Microsoft YouthSpark initiative. Teams from Asia Pacific brought home a record haul of four wins, with Team Eyenaemia of Australia crowned as the overall Imagine Cup World Champion.
With Windows Server 2003 end of support scheduled for 15 July see how Microsoft and partners provide clear path to mobile first, cloud first world to enable next-generation data centers, harness mobility, productivity and big data opportunities today
Disasters can strike anywhere, anytime. Michael Thatcher, CTO for Public Sector, Asia, talks about using TV White Spaces, a ‘super Wi-Fi’ that can be deployed quickly and affordably in an emergency scenario.
There’s more to making a city safer than deploying more police officers. According to Microsoft’s Guy Ron, National Security & Public Safety Industry Manager of Asia, surveillance information enables city leaders to be more proactive and predictive. Introducing Future-Proofing Cities part 3 of 4.
Jacqui MacPherson, Service NSW’s CIO, shares how a combination of new and old IT systems, and a highly mobile head office helps to provide an integrated government system that received top marks from its citizens.
Australia’s Defence Ministry’s IT approach has changed from being reactive to more preemptive. Its partnership with Microsoft focuses on processes and people resulting in IT problems being detected early, before end users can be affected them. Read the full case study.