A whitepaper has just been published on the “Microsoft in Education Blog” that helps frame the conversation more broadly than just cheap devices. Focusing on four critical areas to public sector and education – Ease of Use, Security, Productivity, and Lifecycle – the 6-page whitepaper provides organizations with a serious look on achieving mobility benefits... Continue Reading →
*Stuff or sh@% – you decide The Microsoft Surface isn’t just about fun or play. It isn’t a device just for work. It is the One Device for everything in your life. AND - It’s a device that is the lower cost option and more easily supported by your company (read why). Introducing the next... Continue Reading →
I had a quick discussion the other day with an enterprise customer when they mentioned that Microsoft makes it difficult to purchase the Surface devices for their Enterprise organization. They loved the device but they didn’t want to go through all of the hassle to order 1 or order bulk. This customer was still thinking... Continue Reading →
A new commercial has recently been made available highlighting the flexibility of the Windows 8.1 experience. I like this one… what are your thoughts?
Unfortunately, I was away today so I haven’t had a chance to put together a post on the new Surface 2. Until then, if you would like to watch the Surface 2 Launch Event On-Demand, you can watch the 1 hour 5 minutes video here. I would love to hear your thoughts.
Are you looking for ways to deploy Windows 8.1 to your Enterprise? If so, the System Center Configuration Manager Team just published a blog on this that you may be interested if missed. Support Questions about Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 for Configuration Manager and Endpoint Protection
Just wanted to make sure you were aware of the upcoming Developer Days. Join us for these free, fun, no-fluff events for developers, by developers. You'll learn from experts in a low-key, interactive way and get the knowledge you need to take your skills to the next level. Get up close and personal with the... Continue Reading →
Are you wishing you can trade in your old iPad, iPhone or other device to a new Windows Phone or Tablet? GOOD NEWS… Microsoft is giving you up to $350* towards your older technology. To see details and “how to,” go to Microsoft’s Corporate Buyback Program. (pic from website) *Your Trade Up value is subject... Continue Reading →
I continue to be amazed by the reaction I get when I tell the Windows tablet story directly to my customers or when I do large audience presentations at user groups or conventions. On one hand, I’m extremely grateful to the positive reaction I receive… on the other, I’m shocked that more people don’t know... Continue Reading →
Once again, Microsoft is listening to feedback from its customer base. Today, Steve Guggenheimer has posted on his blog that MSDN and TechNet subscribers CAN DOWNLOAD the RTM bits for Windows 8.1 TODAY. You can read the entire post on Guggs blog. Per Steve: We heard from you that our decision to not initially release... Continue Reading →