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The March 2013 Optional Updates are now available on MyOEM for:
The March 2013 Option Updates are also available on the Download Center for:
The list below applies to both Windows Embedded Standard 7 and POSReady7:
If you have questions on accessing MyOEM, please email the OEM Customer Communications Care Team at OEM@microsoft.com.
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The March 2013 optional feature updates are now available on MyOEM for:
These updates will enable installation of the following language packs and language interface packs to view menus, dialog boxes and other user interface items in your preferred language:
The April 2013 Security Updates are now available on MyOEM for Microsoft® Windows® XP Embedded with Service Pack 3 and Windows® Embedded Standard 2009.
The list below applies to Windows Embedded Standard 2009:
The list below applies to Windows XP Embedded SP3 and Windows Embedded Standard 2009:
Posted By Myriam Semery Windows Embedded BG Lead
With the popularity of the show “Mad Men,” I was thinking about how the world of advertising has changed. Long gone are the days of Don Draper and Peggy Olson pitching clients advertising campaigns using placards and static drawings. Today we live in a dynamic world of advertising where retailers have many channels at their disposal with which to interact with consumers and develop their brands.
This has caused the advertising agencies to evolve and in many ways think like software companies, and breed new terms like “interactive agency,” “digital content experts,” or, in the case of one of our key partners, Mood Media: “media specialists.” Mood Media lives at the intersection of design, environment and technology, creating point-of-purchase audio, video, and even scent-based retail solutions that make a meaningful connection and a personalized experience for customers.
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Posted By Werner ReussWindows Embedded Business Lead for Germany and Eastern Europe
Cloud computing and big data are two of the hottest trends in the enterprise. The question on most CIOs mind is, “How can my team securely connect all of the end points (PCs, phones, edge devices) and take advantage of the resulting data?”
This was the issue discussed during the Cloud Developer Conference 2013 here in Darmstadt, Germany, earlier this month. Over the two days around 600 attendees --mainly coming from an traditional IT background, and typically being a IT decision makers like CIOs--joined us to get the latest information on big data, cloud and also on the intelligent systems approach by Microsoft.
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