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.
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.
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.
With Windows XP End of Support on 8 April 2014, we take a walk down memory lane to check in on what was hot back in 2001 when Windows XP was first launched. See what a difference 12 years have made to our lives!
Enterprises in Asia Pacific (APAC) are expected to spend nearly $230 billion in 2014 to deal with issues caused by malware deliberately loaded onto pirated software — $59 billion dealing with security issues and $170 billion dealing with data breaches — according to a new joint study conducted by IDC and the National University of Singapore (NUS).
Microsoft announced that it will be shipping Surface 2, as well as Type Cover 2 and Touch Cover 2 through major retailers in Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand on March 14th, giving customers in the region to click in and do more
At Microsoft, we know that modernizing airlines with the latest and best technology is about much more than just giving people a device – it’s about what they can do with the device that really matters. Let’s take a look at how technology is transforming the aviation industry during Microsoft’s participation at the Singapore Airshow
The mobile era is causing a fundamental disruption in the aviation industry. With the cloud making technology more accessible than ever, businesses in the aviation industry have to shift and increase their technology investments in areas where they haven’t historically focused. Now, technology can be a route to cost savings, growing revenue and staying ahead of the competition.
Which IT gadgets do Asia Pacific consumers wish to purchase or receive as a gift in 2014? A recent online survey conducted by Microsoft in 10 Asia Pacific countries with over 1,300 respondents revealed that 35% of the respondents desire a tablet for both work and play while 25% are also keen on notebooks and ultrabook devices for the new year.