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Microsoft is “reinventing itself for the modern era”

This week more than 16,000 people have made their way to Toronto, Canada for Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). Held every year, the event gives Microsoft partners an opportunity to hear from Microsoft executives, attend sessions on the myriad Microsoft offerings, meet with Microsoft staff and other partners, and get an overall view of what the next 12 months looks like across the Microsoft ecosystem. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  12 July 2012

Windows Azure, Worldwide Partner Conference, Microsoft, Surface, Steve Ballmer, Steve Ballmer keynote, Windows 8, Perceptive Pixel

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Technical highlights in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

I’ve had the privilege of working with Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 for a number of months before the 1 st August general release date. I helped build the demo system used by Steve Ballmer at the Convergence launch in April (you can read about the demo here ), and I’m busy implementing the system in a customer situation at the moment. Suffice to say, I’ve had enough time to note down a list of technical highlights in the latest release, and I thought it’d be only fair to share them. ... read full post

Posted by:  Jolann van Dyk , Practice Lead, Dynamics Solutions |  15 August 2011

AX, Visual Studio, Steve Ballmer, AX2012, SQL Server

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Cloud computing: "For the cloud, we're all in"

Last week Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave a speech at the University of Washington which observers believe may indicate a change in focus for Microsoft and cloud computing. In the strongest language that’s been heard from Microsoft, Ballmer emphasised the company’s commitment to cloud computing and the extent to which the “cloud” is being incorporated into everything Microsoft does. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  08 March 2010

Cloud Computing, Steve Ballmer

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