Financial institutions and private sectors are subjected to strict regulatory standards, yet they are expected to deliver quality services to customers. Learn how to choose the right cloud that best serve the interests of your customers and yourself.
Microsoft works with the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) to strengthen the potential of the local business community through training on emerging ICT platforms and systems. This article showcases Microsoft’s support for Vietnam’s vision for economic growth through IT advancement.
Using TV White Spaces, Microsoft and the Philippines government establish Internet connectivity in rural fisherfolk communities, allowing citizens access to services as well as playing a vital role in disaster recovery efforts.
Migrating to a new operating system is never an easy task. Several experts from Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) recognize the barriers of a large scale migration, and outline how companies and government agencies can make the migration in manageable phases.
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.
In part 1 of 4 of Future-Proofing Cities, Education Director for Microsoft APAC, Beth Watson, discusses the radical changes in education – from the way it’s taught to how students learn today. In the midst of paradigm shifts, how should educators and leaders prepare their students to be the workforce of tomorrow?
By year 2050, 22% of the Asian population will be above the age of 60 – that’s 1 in 5 people. It’s going to take a collective effort across all levels for cities to tackle the problem of an ageing population. What can YOU do to help? Find out more in part 2 of 4 of Future-Proofing Cities.
Microsoft’s Asia Pacific Senior Education Programmes Manager Felicia Brown shares how teachers and schools are integrating ICT into the learning process to ensure students are equipped with the right skills in the real world.
The first place winning app, a solution focusing on public safety called Safety Whistle, was submitted by Yashasvi and teammates Anish Ansari, Gopal Kandoi and Rumi Shakya, who made up Team Conscientious. In this app, users can enter two to three emergency contact numbers and two to three emergency email addresses.
CITYNET (The Regional Network of Local Authorities for the Management of Human Settlements), and Microsoft CityNext today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will see both parties collaborate to help cities across Asia tackle many of their biggest challenges such as; urban migration and decreased budgetary resources. As a result, CITYNET members will benefit from Microsoft CityNext’s approach to innovation empowering government, businesses and citizens to shape the future of their city.