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  • Blog Post: Cloud-based Micro Financial Services Delivery Infrastructure Helps Boost Emerging Markets

    Financial products and services are prerequisites to creating conditions for sustainable economic development in emerging markets. However, for the majority of the population in emerging markets and the developing world, particularly countries across East Africa, South East Asia and Latin America, gaining...
  • Blog Post: Charting Your Course to the Cloud

    Earlier this week at TechEd North America, CVP Robert Wahbe had the opportunity to talk to thousands of IT professionals and developers about evolving trends in technology, the incredible changes in the device landscape and how Microsoft is helping them keep their skills fresh to manage through these...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft, Skype and Productivity in the Enterprise

    There’s been a lot of discussion this past week about Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype as a consumer play. And there’s no doubt that consumers will benefit. But in my view this deal also has important benefits for the enterprise—particularly around unified communications. In...
  • Blog Post: 3 Top Microsoft Execs Talk Consumerization of IT

    On Tuesday, April 5th, the Microsoft CIO Network hosted an executive webcast on the Consumerization of IT. Stephanie Stahl, Executive Editor, Techweb, moderated an outstanding panel consisting of Chris Capossela, Sr. Vice President, Microsoft Business Division, Andy Lees, President, Mobile Communications...
  • Blog Post: The Imagine Cup: Collaboration at Its Finest Yields Powerful Solutions

    What do students studying business, industrial engineering, writing, social anthropology, pathology, art and computer science have in common? Usually not too much. This past weekend, though, more than 80 students from different disciplines came together to compete in the U.S. Imagine Cup Regional...
  • Blog Post: The Imagine Cup U.S. Finals This Weekend!

    For college basketball players, it’s the NCAA Tournament. For aspiring pop stars, it’s American Idol. But for tech students, there’s no bigger challenge than the Imagine Cup . Picture a room filled with the brightest, up-and-coming technology leaders and their world-changing innovations...
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