This week, we noticed quite a bit of interesting sustainability news about sustainability news, including how the New York Times will cover environmental issues following the shuttering of its Green Blog. Read on to learn more about the New York Times’s new climate column and how “knowledge journalists” are influencing how environmental issues are reaching the broader public.
Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing and Business Development
This week marks a major milestone for Windows Embedded and intelligent systems. Microsoft Windows Embedded’s senior product manager David Wurster has details.
The day is finally here: Windows Embedded 8 products are generally available, and our OEM partners can start shipping their Window 8-based edge devices to customers. Bringing Windows Embedded 8 to edge devices is an important milestone as the role of edge devices and intelligent systems continue to transform the way business gets done.
On March 20, we announced the immediate availability of Windows Embedded 8 Standard and Pro to our OEM partners, and that Windows Embedded 8 Industry will be available to OEMs the week of April 1 (no joke). Enterprise customers will have the ability to add additional functionality to their edge devices through Volume Licensing starting July 1.
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