The event works on the I’ll show you mine, if you show me yours’ principle: each organisation will take turns to present their Intranet to the group. Your ‘show and tell’ presentation can be as short as 10 minutes, followed by group Q&A. There is no need to prepare slides if you are happy to demo your Intranet live, warts and all!
WM Reply, the Reply Company specialised in digital consultancy, Microsoft Sharepoint and Office 365, in cooperation with Microsoft and Partner is hosting the panel discussion Fall in Love with Office 365 at the Microsoft Paddington Office, London, on 11th May 2018.
Microsoft recently announced a collaboration with longtime rival BlackBerry to integrate Microsoft’s productivity and cloud tools with BlackBerry’s security software and mobility solutions.
Microsoft recently released some good news for Windows users – the company is now attempting to make the Windows update process much smoother.
According to data from the World Health Organisation, approximately 253 million people around the world are visually impaired to varying extents. Different modes of support are made available to this group of people, including technological aid, human aid, or service animals. People who lack the ability to see are more dependent on their other senses such as hearing and touch, thus allowing them to refine these senses to a whole new level.
Oddly, firstline workers are one of the most valuable, and underrepresented groups in the modern workplace. Despite being the backbone of some of the world’s largest industries and making up just under a third of the population of the entire world.
We’re hosting our third Fall in Love Event of 2018!
Frontline workers are the lifeblood of most organisations. They’re the doers, the people on the ground, the ones who make things happen and turn strategy into reality.
Back in 2015, an agreement was signed to allow the testing of Windows 10 on devices made by Xiaomi. A year later, Xiaomi purchased patents to assist the running of other services from Microsoft on its devices.
Using the strength of the cloud and artificial intelligence, Microsoft has recently announced some new projects to add value to the global healthcare sector. Many related announcements have been made prior to HiMSS, the annual health conference held in Las Vegas this year.
“In the future, robots will be doing our jobs for us” is one of the most common sentences we hear from futurists, business people and technology leaders.
As an active player in the field of AI, Microsoft has recently introduced a Windows 10 platform for developers to move their cloud-based AI models over to desktop apps.
Microsoft is developing the company’s deep learning neural networks for improving the translation of different languages by tapping further into the capabilities of AI technology. Such developments could potentially increase the accessibility of foreign information and news, allowing such material to be easily shared around the world.
It seems like it should go without saying that that the workers on the front line – those who face the customers, sell the goods or deliver the projects – are a valuable asset. Yet often, they are treated as the opposite: at worst, expendable, and at best, beyond reach. Even companies who sit on the other side of that coin, who set out with the best intentions to value and engage on-the-ground staff as brand ambassadors and the foundation of all revenue, often struggle with how to go about doing it.
Working towards using clean energy to power its datacenters,
Microsoft has recently signed a deal with
Sunseap, a Singaporean renewable energy company. The company is one the leading solar energy providers in the country and has operations in other parts of Southeast Asia such as Cambodia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Major talent assessment technology company, Talview, has recently collaborated with Microsoft and launched an AI-powered Talent Assistant Chatbot Qton. This Talview-Microsoft collaboration aims to promote the use of AI technology and Machine Learning within the recruitment industry.
A new study, performed on behalf of Microsoft, that focuses on the PC preferences of users at work and home has found an exciting new trend - consumers are becoming increasingly fond of the Microsoft Surface notebook range. The Surface devices are experiencing a steady growth in popularity and are showing signs of emerging from the shadows of a strong competitor - the Apple MacBook.
The event works on the ‘I’ll show you mine, if you show me yours’ principle: each organisation will take turns to present their Intranet to the group. Your ‘show and tell’ presentation can be as short as 10 minutes, followed by group Q&A.
Last week, the second event in our “Fall in love with…” series took place at Microsoft’s towering Paddington offices. This month, we set the bar high, tackling Office 365, and its core apps, in all their multitudinous glory.
WM Reply and Microsoft host the panel discussion Fall in Love with Office 365 at the Microsoft Paddington Office, London, on 28 February 2018.
Microsoft Teams has always been known as a strong competitor of Slack, the popular and successful collaboration software. Recently, Microsoft has upped its game by giving Microsoft Teams a boost.