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  • Blog Post: How Windows 8 tablets are helping a Police Force on the beat

    Last week, we published a blog post sharing some cases of how the business leaders are switching from iPad to Surface . Surface and the Windows 8 tablet family are becoming a key driver for mobility and productivity. As an extension of that post, we share today, an example of how, since April 2013, the...
  • Blog Post: How Business Leaders are switching from iPad to Surface

    Last week, Alan Sugar, Chairman of Amshold Group, famous Philanthropist and entrepreneur, tweeted this… He switched from iPad to Surface, and shared his first impressions of the device on Twitter. “ I’m loving this new Microsoft Surface RT tablet - battery life is outstanding...
  • Blog Post: Come and touch the future of your devices strategy!

    If you happen to be passing through Canary Wharf in London tomorrow (25th June), you might just notice something different – our Microsoft Surface Experiential roll into to town to demonstrate what this dynamic device can do for you at home or at work as part of your BYOD strategy. Driven by...
  • Blog Post: What you don’t know can hurt you: raising the bar on enterprise security

    When it comes to embracing rising trends in tech, it’s not just CIOs and IT managers who are calculating investment, risk and return. Cybercriminals are doing exactly the same. The best way for exploits and malware to make money and mischief is if they target where the people and the information...
  • Blog Post: An embarrassment of riches: new Windows 8 devices on display

    One of the highlights of Microsoft’s recent Executive Briefing was the chance to get hands-on with the latest Windows 8 devices from leading manufactures such as Lenovo, Toshiba and Dell. There was also first look at Microsoft’s own Surface tablet.
  • Blog Post: All change – Steve Ballmer discusses innovation, Microsoft and enterprise IT

    Tim Cozze-Young was at the Microsoft Executive Briefing in London to hear what our CEO, Steve Ballmer, had to say about the future of IT and how Microsoft is evolving to meet the needs of enterprise customers. In 2020, three-quarters of the Fortune 500 will be companies we haven’t heard of yet...
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