WM Reply and Transport for London win Gold for Best Intranet and Silver for Best digital employee communication at the Digital Impact Awards 2022.
WM Reply today announced it has been named a finalist of the Employee Experience 2021 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award.
It’s fair to say that life after Covid 19 is going to be very different for every single one of us. Will we return to offices? Will we have a combination of office and working from home? Will we move to permanent home-based working? Whatever your solution, it has never been more important to think about how you make the most of your collaboration tools! That’s where Microsoft Teams comes in.
A dual device, the Kano PC laptop features an innovative design that enables users to remove or click new parts into place as they increase their IT skills. Recently released around the world, the product rollout coincides with an announcement from Kano, introducing its new partnership with Microsoft.
London-based fintech company Finastra has now signed an agreement with Microsoft to assist financial firms all over the world in taking advantage of the tech-giant’s cloud platform Azure, and the state-of-the-art digital tools it offers enterprises.
The Go-Ahead Group, one of Britain’s major transport companies, is employing Microsoft’s Power BI and cloud-based platform Azure to collate data in a single place so it can benefit its passengers.
Following its successful use during lockdown with many employees working remotely from home, UK financial institution Nationwide Building Society now plans to embed Microsoft’s communication platform Teams into its brand new digital centre.
Schools identified by Microsoft to have an investment in technology are helping teachers across the country to action remote learning options for students now at home under lockdown.
All NHS employees in Scotland will now use Microsoft’s collaboration and communication platform Teams to work while battling the coronavirus outbreak.
Following the end of the UK government’s lockdown restrictions, Slater and Gordon Lawyers is planning to change how staff are working long-term after successfully employing Microsoft Teams in its business processes during the pandemic.
The government’s executive agency, the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), has now signed a non-binding agreement with Microsoft.
People in Scotland requiring assistance and information regarding
coronavirus are now able to get help via a chatbot. Read more now.
Imperial College in London’s upmarket South Kensington district is using Microsoft Teams to help both students and faculty members communicate during the COVID-19 crisis.
A new deal struck between
Microsoft, NHSX and NHS Digital is expected to save the National Health Service
nine-figure sums and give digital tools in Microsoft 365 to eligible organisations across England. Read more now.
In accordance with its ongoing partnership with University Academy 92 (UA92), Microsoft has opened a
brand-new office space in the city of Manchester, giving students the opportunity to interact with Microsoft professionals on a day-to-day basis, while studying and working alongside them.
Close to 2,000 employees normally working at Microsoft’s numerous retail outlets around the globe have now provided virtual training to 65,000 individuals in multiple sectors, including healthcare, finance, education, and government.
Major UK technology, engineering and industrial enterprises from a host of sectors – including automotive, aerospace and medical – have formed a consortium, combining expertise to create medical ventilators, helping the NHS meet the demands of COVID-19.
The Ricoh Company is testing out a wide range of tools created by Microsoft at its Shropshire-based factory in order to lower the quantity of toner it loses when its equipment fills containers.
Microsoft has announced the official launch of Edge Zones for its cloud computing service Azure. The release of Edge Zones will enable users of Azure to now bring all their applications straight to the Redmond-based firm’s edge locations.
In reaction to recent events regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, an app that allows colleagues to communicate effectively during a crisis has been released by Microsoft.
A recent phishing campaign has been discovered to be using Microsoft’s OneNote digital notebook program, which auto-saves and synchronises noted to get past detection features in order to get malware onto target’s systems.