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Jul

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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23

May

What we’ve been up to lately with Microsoft Corporation…

Whether it’s building accessible technology or keynote demo material for Microsoft’s executives at massive global events, it’s fair to say Intergen has been keeping busy with our Microsoft friends in the Northern Hemisphere. In our most recent SMARTS magazine . I reflected on our most recent work for Microsoft US, specifically with regard to our work in the accessibility space and in creating imaginative and engaging product demo material for high profile Microsoft keynotes . ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  23 May 2011

ButtercupReader, Microsoft, Office add-in, Steve Ballmer keynote


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15

Feb

Intergen gets behind the scenes with (and sets the scene for) Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

There’s a lot happening in the world of CRM right now – with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM Online recently launched – and the excitement round these parts is palpable. ... read full post

Posted by:  Rex Wessels , Senior CRM Consultant |  15 February 2011

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, CRM 2011 Developer Training Kit, Steve Ballmer keynote


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