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Posted By Windows Embedded Team
The May 2014 Supplementary Update is now available on MyOEM for Windows Embedded POSReady 2009, Windows Embedded for Point of Service 1.0 and Windows Embedded Point of Service 1.1.
The list below applies to Windows Embedded POSReady 2009:
The list below applies to both Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 and Windows Embedded for Point of Service:
The contents of the WEPOS folder in this update are only to be used with the Windows Embedded for Point of Service products. The contents of the POS09 folder in this update are to be used with the Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 products.
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The May 2014 Security Updates are on MyOEM for Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 3 and Windows Embedded Standard 2009.
The following list applies to Standard 2009:
The following list applies to both XPe SP3 and Standard 2009:
This download includes cumulative updates for the Windows XP Embedded and Windows Embedded Standard 2009 product development databases. The database updates incorporate all security updates from prior months; therefore you do not need to install previous security database updates.
Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing and Business Development
At this week’s Solid 2014 conference in San Francisco, our team had the chance to demonstrate what’s on the horizon for Microsoft, as our technologies evolve to stretch the limits of what things will become part of the Internet of Things (IoT). In the above video from Solid, Steve Teixeira, a director of program management at Microsoft, talks about the cutting edge of innovation, from Windows interfaces on a tiny chips to universal apps, anticipatory computing and more.
But even as we push the frontier of what is possible — what is new and what is next — when it comes to IoT, Microsoft’s always been about business. The Internet of Things isn’t science fiction for us; it’s about generating bankable business value for our customers by connecting devices, data and services.
That’s why I was particularly encouraged this week to see Network World say this about Microsoft on its list of the Twelve Most Powerful Internet of Things Companies:
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At Windows Embedded, IoT is our DNA; the technologies and services we create exist to help enterprises derive value from the Internet of Things (IoT), whatever their size, their industry or their unique business goals. We’ve summarized the myriad benefits for enterprises that adopt an IoT strategy in a “top ten” list, and we’re especially excited to see Susan Hauser, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President, Enterprise and Partner Group, writing about it today on the Official Microsoft Blog.
Posted By Kristin FlandreauAmericas Group Business Lead
Microsoft delivers a unique, integrated approach for restaurant operators that want to capitalize on the Internet of Things: We enable these customers to connect their “things” to gather, store and analyze data. The resulting business insights enable restaurant operators to truly transform their businesses.