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  • Blog Post: Bill Buxton: mistakes are important to innovation

    Last week's Microsoft Innovate event in Toronto featuring Microsoft principal researcher Bill Buxton proved to be an intriguing affair. The always passionate and engaging Buxton spoke about the power of innovation in front of more than 100 IT decision makers at the swanky TIFF Lightbox facility (home...
  • Blog Post: December Edition of Momentum Business Insights Ready to Roll

    Happy Holidays! The December issue of the Momentum Business Insights Newsletter is now live. This month in Momentum Business Insights, we delve into customer relationship management and the power of cloud computing. These are a couple of topics that are definitely top of mind with the IT decision...
  • Blog Post: Plug into the Microsoft Community

    Now I know that you come to the We're Listening blog for the latest in Microsoft news, announcements and insights. But did you know that this blog is just a sampling of some of the great resources we have here at Microsoft Canada? Take Microsoft TechNet Canada for example. Designed as a one stop...
  • Blog Post: On the eve of the Office 2010 launch

    The Office 2010 launch is finally upon us. We hope you can virtually join us on May 12th at 11am EST to listen to Stephen Elop, President of the Microsoft Business Division, announce the launch. You can register for the event @ http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/businessproductivity/proof/pages/2010-launch...
  • Blog Post: MDOP and Deployment

    So I've been thinking a lot about Window 7 deployment lately. The feedback and comments that I've been getting from IT professionals is that while Windows 7 is definitely on their radar, the issue of migration is a concern, especially when you add in potential upgrades to Office Professional Plus 2010...
  • Blog Post: The Power of Choice

    When it comes to cloud computing and software-as-a-service versus traditional on-premise solutions, many IT pros are finding that it’s not an either/or proposition. One of the reasons I’m excited about Microsoft Online Services is that it really is about the power of choice. No matter the size of your...
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