Author: Microsoft Reporter

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 »

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 »

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 »

The GDPR, our children and our schools

By Jeff Bullwinkel, Associate General Counsel and Director of Corporate, External & Legal Affairs, Microsoft Europe BETT London – one of the largest education-focused events and conferences in the world – has inspired us all once again this past week. The show provides an excellent opportunity to explore the future … Read more »

Eric Dronneau: Breaking down barriers to personalize learning in France

“We don’t need no education….Hey! Teachers! Leave those kids alone.” In 1979, Pink Floyd’s provocative song lyrics from ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ echoed through radios and televisions around the world. Questioning the structure of formal education systems and the role teacher’s play. Fast-forward almost 40 years, Eric Dronneau, a … Read more »