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Twilight Recap: Constructive Disruption with Cloud Technologies

Paul Bowkett, Online Services Business Manager at Microsoft, gave an introduction about the cloud, why businesses are moving there, the different cloud types and how - when coupled with Office 365 – the cloud will let you communicate and collaborate anywhere, anytime without any technical roadblocks. ... read full post

Posted by:  Rose Harris , Marketing Assistant |  06 December 2012

Cloud, Microsoft, Twilight recap, Twilight, Twilight Seminar, Office, Community cloud, Hybrid cloud, Microsoft Office 365, Private cloud, Public cloud

(1794 votes)



Exciting times ahead for the SharePoint ecosystem – highlights from this year’s SharePoint Conference

Earlier in November I was fortunate enough to attend my second Microsoft SharePoint Conference, this year in Las Vegas, Nevada. ... read full post

Posted by:  Gavin Barron , Solution Architect |  26 November 2012

SharePoint, Cloud, SharePoint Conference, Microsoft, Yammer, SharePoint 2013, Social, .NET

(2048 votes)



A sneak preview of keynote insights from this year’s Dynamics Day: A Q&A with Microsoft’s Director, Product Manager for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

This year’s Dynamics Day – held for the fourth time in Auckland on October 31 – is just around the corner and we’re looking forward to three streams of really great content. If you haven’t yet registered for this free event – especially if you’re a Dynamics user or looking at becoming one – we still have some spaces available here . ... read full post

Posted by:  James Page , Regional Sales Director Northern and Microsoft |  09 October 2012

CRM, Cloud, Microsoft, Surface, Dynamics Day, Mobile, Windows 8, Dynamics Day 2012, Microsoft Dynamics CRM

(2080 votes)



Document Management in SharePoint 2013

Following along in our series on SharePoint 2013, here is what’s new for Document Management. In addition to the document management-specific features described here, many of the general improvements throughout SharePoint also relate to Document Management. ... read full post

Posted by:  Philip Plimmer , Practice Lead, Portals, Content and Collaboration |  14 August 2012

SharePoint, Cloud, SharePoint 2013

(3541 votes)



Dynamics Day ’11 in review

Last week we held our third Dynamics Day at the Rendezvous Hotel in Auckland. A user-focused and one-of-a-kind event dedicated to covering the latest developments in the world of Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM, this year’s event was bigger than ever. ... read full post

Posted by:  James Page , Regional Sales Director Northern and Microsoft |  16 August 2011

Dynamics, NAV, Cloud, Dynamics CRM, Microsoft, Dynamics Day, Dynamics Day 2011, Office 365, AX2012

(3276 votes)



Office 365 is now available – and our customers are already using it

Steve Ballmer launched the eagerly awaited new cloud-based application for collaboration and communication earlier this week. ... read full post

Posted by:  Rose Harris , Marketing Assistant |  01 July 2011

communication, Cloud, Collaboration, Office 365

(3951 votes)



*TWILIGHT UPDATE* Windows Azure: Is Azure right for you?

Moving to the cloud has received a lot of hype in the last year or so, but it’s well and truly here. The transformation is taking place from on-premise to off-premise data centres and businesses need to consider the implications of the cloud and what it means for them. ... read full post

Posted by:  Rose Harris , Marketing Assistant |  07 June 2011

Cloud, Azure, Cloud Computing, Cloud Platform, Twilight recap

(3423 votes)



Intergen embraces Windows Azure at PDC

While the country is absorbed celebrating the success of the All Whites, New Zealand’s national football team, another important event for the Microsoft industry is about to kick off. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  16 November 2009

Microsoft Professional Developers Conference, Cloud

(3807 votes)



SharePoint in the Cloud – a real world experience using BPOS

Recently we had a call from Mesynthes, a company based in the science complex at Gracefield, Wellington. These guys are doing seriously cool stuff with manufacturing artificial tissue substitutes. Their CEO Brian Ward confirmed that this could have been used for the skin graft on my hand which instead contains a piece of my leg, but the applications are much wider and include internal tissue repair. Another example of Kiwi awesomeness. ... read full post

Posted by:  Philip Plimmer , Practice Lead, Portals, Content and Collaboration |  05 October 2009

SharePoint, BPOS, Cloud

(4500 votes)

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