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Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing and Business Development
Barb Edson is the general manager of the Windows Embedded Marketing and Business Development Group at Microsoft Corp. Since joining the group in 2010, she has been responsible for the product management, marketing, business development and partner alliances for each of the flexible, powerful Windows Embedded platforms. Under her leadership, the team has launched a range of new initiatives to increase the business opportunity for OEMs and create solutions that meet enterprise requirements for line-of-business devices that are interoperable, compatible and differentiated. In recent months she has led the expansive launch of the industry wide Intelligent Systems initiative.
Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing and Business Development
If you’re reading this, you’ve no doubt noticed: The Windows Embedded team blog has a new look. In fact, as of a few minutes ago, all of our digital properties—from this blog, to our website, Twitter, Flickr, SlideShare and YouTube channel—have been refreshed with an integrated look and feel, and copious new features, content and resources.
On this blog, you’ll see cleaner navigation and simplified access to information from the Windows Embedded team—as well as other contributors from Microsoft and our partner community. Expect to see a continued range of technical information on our products and commentary around the growing emergence of the “Internet of Things,” the opportunity presented by intelligent systems and “big data,” and other topics tied to the evolving embedded market.
Our new Windows Embedded website launched today, too, and it’s brimming with brand-new features—from dozens of new videos and rich content detail, to a deep dive into Microsoft’s vision for intelligent systems and the Internet of Things, links to many free white papers, reports and technical reference materials, a burgeoning Windows Embedded community and more.
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