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A turning point for education? Trends to watch in 2012.
Will the year 2012 prove to be a turning point for education? There’s certainly an ever-increasing spotlight on the quality of education and an interest to help improve it from all corners of society. As I travel around the world, I see many technology companies increasing their focus and investment...
18 Jan 2012
Cool new devices for schools at CES
I’m back in the office after a quick trip to Las Vegas for CES . I love to walk the show floor each year to see all the new gadgets, not just because it’s fun to tinker with new technology, but because I like to get a first look at the new innovations that could be most useful when applied...
17 Jan 2012
Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 helping schools save money and make 1:1 computing real
In my 19 years at Microsoft, I've never seen a product evolve as much as Microsoft MultiPoint Server has in such a short period of time. Buying more computers to provide more students with access to technology is not the only expense schools are worried about…there are also budget considerations...
12 Jul 2011
Making access to technology a reality via Shape the Future
One of the initiatives I'm most proud of is the work we do around Shape the Future . It's really all about making access to technology a right and not a privilege for every student on the planet. And increasingly this is a priority for governments and schools throughout the world. As we think about...
14 Jun 2011
Update from the road...Education in Greece, France and Sweden
A quick update from on the road… I've been traveling a lot recently to both help Microsoft plan for our upcoming fiscal year, as well as meeting with customers as the school year winds down in parts of the world. I just had a very interesting visit in three countries that all have very different...
7 Jun 2011
Good discussions at the U.S. Public Sector CIO Summit
I spent two days this week in Redmond at our 8th annual U.S. Public Sector CIO Summit . I like these annual events because they provide us with the opportunity to deeply connect with customers. I also love them because the event serves as an annual reflection point, so we can see year-over-year what...
27 Feb 2010
New Microsoft MultiPoint solutions enabling technology access for more schools worldwide
Many schools don’t have a roadmap or can’t afford to make the leap to 1:1 computing in the classroom…yet there is still a need to provide students with IT skills to prepare them for the workforce, and teachers want to increase the quality and variety in delivering their curriculum. Based on these realities...
9 Feb 2010
Improving teaching & learning in Kenya with 1:1 computing
Access to education is certainly one of the world’s most pressing problems. This week at the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York City, we are making a number of commitments to partner with industry leaders and governments to provide access to technology to drive change in local communities...
25 Sep 2009
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