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Roadblocks ahead as companies delay Windows XP migration
Dell releases top five migration roadblocks facing companies across the world, as support for Windows XP nears the end.
Behind the scenes with Microsoft's new Surface tablets
Billed as a "year smarter", Microsoft revealed two new additions to the Surface family of tablets this week - introducing the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2.
Kiwis: Underestimate Windows XP upgrade at your peril
Kiwi businesses must carefully plan and manage their operating systems upgrades to avoid risk...
Microsoft MVP: Being your own boss is difficult
"Keeping your discipline is the hardest part," admits Stephen Forte, Chief Strategy Officer of the venture back company Telerik.
Ingram Micro Now Offers Electronic Service Delivery for Microsoft Office Products
"If maximising your time is important to you, you really need to look at this capability and how it can help you be more efficient."
Microsoft becomes a “year smarter” with new Surface tablets
Microsoft's Surface family of tablets is growing, with the Redmond giant introducing two new Surface models, the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2, to the market.
Microsoft named leaders of the tech pack
Boost for Steve Ballmer as software giant ranks among the best companies for leadership across the world.
Yammer expands the definition of ‘knowledge worker"
Everyone in an organisation—from the CEO’s office to the mail room—has valuable information, says Adam Pisoni, Microsoft’s general manager of Yammer.
Microsoft: Office for iPad and Android tablets nearing…
"We don’t have our heads in the sand," was Steve Ballmer's response, when asked if Microsoft would shift products to non-Windows platforms.
Microsoft's Xbox One makes Xmas 'Hot Toy' list
With Christmas edging that little bit closer (just under 14 weeks if you are wondering) parents and relatives around the globe will be scratching their heads over what to buy their loved ones for this festive period.
Bing steps out the Search Box with new design
The Bing team reveals major design refresh, introducing a new logo and combining its semantic and social search options in a single pane to the right of the search box.
Synnex expands amid birthday celebrations
In many Asian cultures the number eight is regarded as highly auspicious so it's somewhat appropriate that Synnex New Zealand's eighth birthday has been marked by awards and expansion.
NZ TechEd: Microsoft's smart way to rebuild Christchurch
Sitting with a "This is my office" sticker planted firmly on his laptop at last week's Microsoft's NZ TechEd conference, Darrell Smith's device is literally that.
Microsoft pulls cringeworthy Apple ad… Well, almost
"A Fly on the Wall in Cupertino?" features two hapless Apple employees desperately try to impress the higher-ups with the latest versions of the iPhone.
Is Google right, do we have “no legitimate expectation of privacy” in email?
"Google may say one thing to consumers, but their true colours always come out in court."
NZ TechEd LIVE: 27,000 Kiwi charities get free Office 365
Revealed at the Microsoft TechEd conference in Auckland this week, Microsoft NZ general manager Paul Muckleston says as many as 27,000 Kiwi charities are now eligible for free Office 365 software.
NZ TechEd LIVE: Are Kiwis blind to Big Data privacy risks?
"Would you write down your details and leave them in a coffee shop in Queen Street?"
NZ TechEd LIVE: Microsoft listened with Windows 8.1
Echoing the Microsoft mantra, New Zealand's Marketing and Operations Director Frazer Scott tells Kiwis the company has listened with Windows 8.1.
Microsoft backtracks as devs get early Windows 8.1 access
In what is becoming quite a habit in Redmond, Microsoft has once again relented - providing early access to the release version of Windows 8.1 to developers.
Microsoft set for Surface 2.0 launch
Invites for the forthcoming Surface 2.0 event in New York have been posted, an event where Microsoft is expected to show off new Surface hardware.
Facebook, Google & Microsoft launch govt privacy petitions
Tech giants Facebook, Google and Microsoft have released statements requesting greater transparency when it comes to gathering public data.
Xbox One set for midnight Music awards launch...
It’s the biggest night in Kiwi music and now it’s going to be even bigger with the official New Zealand launch of the highly-anticipated Xbox One.
Smartphone shipments surges phone market growth
Smartphones will represent virtually all of the mobile phone market in many of the world's most developed economies by the end of 2017....
Microsoft Surface Pro: Tablet or Laptop?
The Microsoft Surface Pro on paper is a truly great idea, the power of a laptop with the portability and entertainment value of a high spec tablet.