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Synnex rewards customers with Microsoft device bundles
Whether it be a Surface Pro or an Xbox One, three lucky Synnex customers have claimed top entertainment awards this week, thanks to their commitment to Microsoft's hardware and software.
Helpouts… a killer app for Video Collaboration?
A seasoned collaboration pro, it is pretty rare that I see something with a hook that stands above the amazing futuristic world that I live within every day; the unusual has become usual and not a lot surprises me now.
Revera joins Microsoft Cloud OS Network
Revera is gearing up to spearhead Microsoft’s Cloud OS Network in New Zealand.
Surface 2: Go leaner and meaner this Xmas…
Thinner, faster, and lighter than before. Surface 2 is always on, and ready to go when you are.
Microsoft: Kiwis beware, of World Cup cyber scare...
New Zealand may not have qualified, but for the many Kiwis making the trip to South America to the FIFA World Cup next summer, Microsoft has strong words of warning.
Microsoft NZ: Windows 8.1 reaches over 130,000 apps
Windows 8.1 is Windows 8 made better, with major improvements in personalization, Search, in-built apps from Microsoft, the Windows Store, app multi-tasking, and the return of the Start Button...
Xbox One smashes 2 million consoles mark
Xbox One looks become the most popular next-gen console this Christmas period with worldwide sales passing two million units, equating to around 111,111 Xbox One’s per day.
Find the Windows Phone that fits you…
With so much to choose from, Microsoft New Zealand unveils the full array of Windows Phone - all available to Kiwis this Christmas.
‘The Next 10 Years’: The digitization of nearly everything
Microsoft's Executive VP of Cloud and Enterprise talked with thousands of entrepreneurs, startups and large companies about technology and where we’re headed as an industry.
Microsoft NZ: "Windows 8.1 is Windows 8 made better"
That's the view of Dean Edwards, Microsoft New Zealand's Surface Manager, who believes Windows 8.1 represents a new era for the software giant.
Is Ford CEO Mullaly no longer in the Microsoft driving seat?
"Frankly, he has told us that his plan is to stay with Ford through the end of 2014."
Nokia's Elop out as Race for Redmond narrows...
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop looks to have missed out on the Redmond hot seat, with speculation mounting that Microsoft has cut its CEO candidates field in half.
Kiwi student mixing it with IT giants
A University of Waikato PhD student will take part in a global computer coding exercise backed by some of the biggest technology names in the world.
Microsoft unveils top Bing searches for 2013
Based on the aggregation of millions of search queries, Microsoft has unveiled the top search trends in 2013.
Lexel Lync Online adds real value to Propertex
"The Lexel cloud phone solution has been great, quite simply it just works."
Microsoft listens to partner feedback… and responds
Recently, Microsoft made a decision to modify the release timeline for partner program changes, in a bid to reflect a simpler, more measured approach.
HP boosts partner opps with new SDN App Store
HP has unveiled the industry’s first enterprise-class software-defined networking (SDN) open ecosystem with the HP SDN Developer Kit (SDK) and the HP SDN App Store.
￼Microsoft on a smooth transition to cloud
Bradley Borrows, Microsoft New Zealand Azure and server business group lead, looks at server virtualisation and the path to cloud.
Microsoft considers one Windows fits all approach
"We have the Windows Phone OS. We have Windows RT and we have full Windows. We're not going to have three."
Nokia follows Microsoft's lead… bashes Apple's iPad
In a bid to promote the new Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet, Nokia has taken a leaf out of Microsoft's book - by shamelessly bashing Apple's iPad.
Auckland prepares for world's first Xbox One launch…
In a matter of hours the sharks guarding the glass box containing the Xbox One can take a well-earned break.
Microsoft reveals anti-Google merchandise line
Microsoft has launched an anti-Google campaign, releasing a merchandise line of 'Scroogled' gear.
Juniper Networks receives double Microsoft Lync qualification
Juniper Networks has received Microsoft Lync qualification for both its wired and wireless campus portfolio.
Emotional Gates has met with "a lot of CEO candidates"
Despite breaking down during Steve Ballmer's farewell speech, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates admits the company has met with "a lot of CEO candidates" in a bid to find his replacement.