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We blogged about HTML5 throughout this year with big enthusiasm, but also from time to time with a dose of skepticism  (see, see). Well, it’s December now and what have you learned about it?  Do we have any other opportunity to learn? Did something change ? Or should we just conclude it sucks and didn’t bring what we were all hoping for?

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Microsoft Partners being motivated to win in the new era of technology

by Peter Horsten July 18, 2012 Books & Events
Thumbnail image for Microsoft Partners being motivated to win in the new era of technology Microsoft’s yearly Worldwide Partner Conference is over. After 4 days, 5 days with the national events included, of presentations and discussions it’s clear that Microsoft wants their partners to win, thus to sell. Moreover, it has to happen in this fiscal year (FY13). Microsoft’s chiefs stressed their products are ready to beat the competition. The [...]
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Unparalleled opportunities for Microsoft Partners – WPC12

by Peter Horsten July 10, 2012 Azure
Thumbnail image for Unparalleled opportunities for Microsoft Partners – WPC12 The first day of this prestigious event started off a bit chaotic, with a huge queue at the Canadian Conference Centre. No wonder, after all Microsoft was welcoming 16.000 of their partners from all around the world. Fortunately, we managed to arrive just in time for the keynotes, something you wouldn’t like to miss! The [...]
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Goyello is heading for WPC12 – the biggest annual Microsoft Partner event

by Peter Horsten July 5, 2012 Azure
Thumbnail image for Goyello is heading for WPC12 – the biggest annual Microsoft Partner event That’s the second time we’ll have a chance to take part in the annual event organized by Microsoft. Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) is held to inform, encourage and support all Microsoft partners. It’s also a chance for the partners to share experience and initiate new ventures. Last year amused us with a plenitude of innovations, [...]
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The Cloud as the answer to Consumerization of IT

by Peter Horsten September 7, 2011 Books & Events
Thumbnail image for The Cloud as the answer to Consumerization of IT The consumerization of IT forces IT providers to think differently. Business users want to have access to similar features and devices both at the office and at home. Increasingly, these are features provided from the cloud, which enables the user to have access to everything, from anywhere, at any time. Are your ready for this? [...]
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Skype marriage with Microsoft – road to hell?

by Dorota Jaguścik June 3, 2011 Software
Thumbnail image for Skype marriage with Microsoft – road to hell? Just a few days after Google and Facebook reported they were interested in partnering, even buying Skype, Microsoft announced it bought the company for $ 8,56 billion in cash. The purchase was taking over 180 million people actively video calling. Unfortunately, just a few days later it went wrong.
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Simplify your PC Management with Windows Intune

by Peter Horsten March 10, 2011 Management
Last week at CeBIT in Hannover Microsoft announced their new service Intune will be available from March 23, 2011. Windows Intune simplifies and helps businesses manage and secure PCs using Windows cloud services and Windows 7. The Windows Intune cloud service delivers management and security capabilities through a single Web-based console so you can keep [...]
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How Microsoft wants to keep backward compatibility until 2017

by Maciej Greń October 20, 2009 Microsoft
How Microsoft wants to keep backward compatibility until 2017
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Is Windows 7 worth the current hype?

by Peter Horsten October 19, 2009 Microsoft
Is Windows 7 worth the current hype?
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Microsoft does not care about Outlook “Not read” bug

by Peter Horsten September 24, 2009 Microsoft
Some days ago a client informed me he received 33 messages sent by me. In general, I communicate a lot with our clients, but 33 emails within short time is too much even for me. My first thought was: “My Outlook got compromised”. Some days and a lot of research later I realized it is [...]
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