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Focus on Windows Apps for health: See inside the human body with Essential Anatomy 3
This post is part of an occasional series about health-focused apps for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone. If you’ve developed a health or wellness app on a Windows platform and you’d like to be considered for this series, leave a link to your app in the comments. There was a time when knowledge...
20 Aug 2014
Microsoft and Barnardo’s team up for new app to combat child sexual exploitation
Child sexual exploitation is a growing problem. The ubiquity of camera phones and mobile messaging apps means that many children now have the ability to film anyone and anything. Pictures and video can be taken easily and uploaded to the Internet for the world to see – sometimes without the subject’s...
1 May 2014
Project Sienna lets you build an app today with no code and no cost
Have you ever tried to learn a foreign language? Did you find it a little frustrating? Did you find yourself asking questions like, “Why do I need to learn the subjunctive tense for all these irregular verbs?” Did you ever wish you could just learn how to ask for directions to your hotel...
2 Apr 2014
Nice Guidance comes to Windows 8, thanks to Cloud2
Where can you go to get evidence-based, best-in-class guidance for promoting wellbeing and preventing ill health? Simple: just check your Windows 8.1 device. Whether you’re working at a NHS trust, a local authority, a volunteer group or any other organisation involved in delivering care, access...
26 Mar 2014
CESG provides guidance on Windows 8.1: What does that mean for your organisation?
Stuart Aston is the Chief Security Advisor for Microsoft in the UK and runs the Government Security Programme and the Security Co-operation Programme. Late last week CESG replaced their guidance on the use of Windows 8 with guidance on Windows 8.1, available here . The update is significant, partly...
31 Jan 2014
Windows XP support ends in less than 3 months and you still haven’t upgraded: How do you get started?
The rumours are true -- support for Windows XP ends in less than 3 months . After that, there won’t be any more patches or security updates. And your Windows XP PC will never be the same. It’s time to get modern with a new operating system like Windows 8.1 or Windows 7. Of course, if you...
11 Jan 2014
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