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IT specialists know that we have at least one thing in common with professional physicians — in order to stay up-to-date we need to constantly devour tons of books, articles and industry news. One year away from the latest IT developments may mean out of the business. But there’s nothing as valuable as live meetings with the best people in the industry, and this is what IT conferences are about. Read the full article →

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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Does Microsoft realize they just ported the iOS FaceDecorator App to Windows Phone?

by Peter Horsten December 23, 2011 iPhone
Thumbnail image for Does Microsoft realize they just ported the iOS FaceDecorator App to Windows Phone? In October we released the FaceDecorator App for iOS. This App is using the Fast Face Detection feature which is part of iOS5. The main aim of this App was to test this new feature which enables face detection in real-time. Based on that we are currently developing several other Apps. Even Microsoft seems to [...]
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Lync client available for Windows Phone other mobile platforms follow soon

by Peter Horsten December 13, 2011 Mobile
Thumbnail image for Lync client available for Windows Phone other mobile platforms follow soon Microsoft has just released their long-awaited Lync mobile client for Windows Phone. It’s available for download in the marketplace. A version for iPhone, Android and Symbian will be available in the next days as well. Even a separate iPad Lync client is supposed to be released soon.
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How to get the Lync 2010 client on Windows Phone working

by Peter Horsten December 13, 2011 Mobile
Thumbnail image for How to get the Lync 2010 client on Windows Phone working The Windows Phone Marketplace has been gaining some nice new apps recently. This week a new business application was released: Lync 2010. Installing the Lync app on a Windows Phone 7.5 Mango mobile is of course rather easy. You visit the marketplace and you search for Lync to install. Problems might occur when you try [...]
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Can Windows Phone regain its market share from iPhone?

by Peter Horsten October 8, 2009 Android
It’s clear the war is on between the big players on the mobile market. Already for a longer time it has been noticeable that iPhone is gaining market share. This week IntoMobile showed that both Symbian and Windows Mobile are losing market share to iPhone, Android and webOS. Some days later Microsoft released its new [...]
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