The end-of-year holiday season is a time of giving,sharing, and about celebrating with your friends and family over good food, wine and conversation. However, the hassle of planning a gathering can get to even the best of us. With these great apps on Windows and Windows Phone, you can throw those worries aside and go about planning that perfect party for family and friends.
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.
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.
In cities worldwide, a transformation is occurring, driven by the ability to pull insights from data. New research shows that government organizations worldwide stand to gain $206 billion in value over the next four years by connecting data streams, using new analytics tools, and delivering insights to more people.
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.