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Posted By Windows Embedded Team
The September 2013 Optional Update for Windows Embedded 8 Standard is now available on MyOEM.
This update contains:
If you have questions on accessing MyOEM, please email the OEM Customer Communications Care Team at OEM@microsoft.com.
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The September 2013 Optional Update is available on MyOEM for:
The list below applies to both Windows Embedded 8 Industry Pro and Windows Embedded 8 Industry Pro Retail:
The September 2013 update for the Windows Embedded 8 Standard Toolkit is now available on MyOEM.
This update includes bug fixes and improvements for the Embedded Toolkit for the Image Configuration Tool (ICE) and the Image Builder Wizard (IBW). The latest help content is included in this release.
Posted By Jeff WettlauferSr. Technical Product Marketing Manager
With the release of Windows Embedded 8.1 and our alignment to the Windows code base, a significant amount of new capability and tools are now available. In a recent blog, we talked about management for Windows Embedded; in this post, we’ll focus on deployment.
In the past, deployment for Windows Embedded products was, well, different. There were different tools, processes and procedures for standing up a master image of Windows Embedded. With 8.1, organizations can now use tools like the Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 8.1, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.
Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing and Business Development
At Microsoft, we’ve been talking about—and creating technologies around--the Internet of Things for years, but occasionally, we’re reminded how rapidly this market is evolving. My colleague Kevin Dallas recently commented about the mixed-bag news that the term “Internet of Things” is now listed in the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). The downside of this pop-culture milestone is that the OED still calls the technology “proposed.”
Barcelona is considered by many to be a world-class “smart city,” powered by Microsoft technologies. Read more on the CityNext website.
That would be news to the hundreds of enterprises across major industries already realizing value from the vast promise of the Internet of Things, by deploying intelligent devices as part of intelligent systems. Many businesses have been reaping the benefits for several years, and as these technologies continue to mature, the possibilities seem ever-more limitless; lately, exciting opportunities have been emerging in the burgeoning field of “smart cities.”
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