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Microsoft Explanimators, Epsiode 6: Quantum Computing

Quantum computing is many things: important, revolutionary and confusing. Who better to explain this monumental technology in understandable terms than a 19th Century Austrian cat? Welcome to a short, easy-to-understand look at the world of quantum computing. … Read more »

Empowering every person to be future ready

At Microsoft, our mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. To me, the key word is “every.” Before people can enjoy the benefits that progress brings, they must first be able to use the technologies that make progress possible. … Read more »

Grow, build and connect with Microsoft for Startups

We’re excited to announce Microsoft for Startups, a new program that delivers access to technology, go-to-market and community benefits that helps startups grow their customer and revenue base.  We are committing $500 million over the next two years to offer joint sales engagements with startups, along with access to our … Read more »

The 15-inch Surface Book 2 is now out in Europe

Microsoft’s 15-inch variant of the Surface Book 2 is now available in select European countries. The 15-inch version of the Surface Book 2 arrives with the power of an upgraded graphis card, in the form of NVIDIA’s GTX1060 – an upgrade over the 13-inch model’s GTX 1050, making it an … Read more »

Microsoft celebrates the fifth anniversary of Surface Pro

Over the last month, I’ve spent a lot of time with the team reflecting on the last five years since we launched Surface Pro and it made me realize that while much has changed, many things have stayed the same. In hindsight, it’s clear that Surface Pro created the foundation … Read more »

Collaborating to create a safer internet in Germany

What is your name? Where are you from? How old are you? How are you? For most young children, these questions are easy to answer and often done so with little-to-no hesitation. After all, questions like these are innocent enough. That is, of course, assuming that the person asking and … Read more »

Digital culture – your competitive edge

In today’s cloud-first world it’s no longer enough just to keep a close eye on your direct competitors. Start-Ups and large businesses can adapt their business models to meet any unmet needs of your customer – so new threats can come from anywhere. When I speak with business leaders facing … Read more »

How one man’s #WarOnCancer inspired millions

Cancer is one of the greatest, and most damaging diseases of our time. Almost everyone knows someone who is, or has been affected by it. In 2015, right at the beginning of a promising acting career, 28-year-old Fabian Bolin received the news that he had leukaemia, and his whole life … Read more »