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  • Blog Post: BT retires Windows XP for increased mobility with Windows 8

    BT is one of the world’s largest communications companies. Every day they interact with millions of customers and businesses. In order for BT to be successful, they rely heavily on the engineer’s daily activities. This will often involve working face to face with customers, in their own...
  • Blog Post: Tube Lines empowers staff with mobile computing, improves service

    First responder teams at Tube Lines work all day, every day, to ensure safe and timely travel on the London Underground. Tube Lines is re-architecting an iPad app to run as a touch-enabled app on Windows 8 tablets. With emergency data at their fingertips, responders work faster to protect passengers...
  • Blog Post: Health-hacking: it’s a numbers game

    How Microsoft is helping the British and Irish Lions turn daily fitness stats into consistent success. ‘They’ve been plotting the downfall of Australia on the Surface Pro for the last six weeks.’ So said Will Greenwood, reporting live from the Lion’s Den for Microsoft’s...
  • 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: England’s largest NHS Trust pioneers Windows 8 with Windows To Go to enable Flexible Working

    Success of Olympics pilot has led to widespread deployment of new Windows 8 business offering. Microsoft has today announced that Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust is one of the first organisations in the UK to deploy Windows To Go, a fully manageable corporate Windows 8 desktop on a USB stick...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8 Pro Diary - replacing a laptop and desktop with a tablet

    Is it possible to replace a laptop and a desktop computer with a tablet PC running Windows 8 Pro? Matthew Stibbe tries an HP ElitePad 900 for a week to find out. Read some entries from his diary. Monday It’s my Monday morning video conference with my Turbine development team. I use the ElitePad’s...
  • Blog Post: Enabling Flexible Workstyles with Windows 8

    The culture of work is changing, and the subject of flexible working is the topic of constant & lively debate. But regardless of debate, we can’t ignore the fact that “tech-savvy and always-connected” people want faster, more intuitive technology, uninterrupted services, and freedom...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8 devices reducing the total cost of ownership

    We recently wrote a blog post about Windows 8 helping to cut the total cost of ownership (TCO). Within the blog we highlighted the value of relevant devices in your organisation’s future IT strategy, and how the availability of a broadening range of form factors, such as Dell Latitude 10 tablet...
  • Blog Post: XP migration – time is ticking

    8 th April 2014 – that’s the date you need to keep in your mind if you are still running the old Windows XP operating system. After that date, support for XP (including security support) will cease – leaving its remaining business users with a real IT headache. But, migration from...
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