User Empowerment and Productivity

User Empowerment and Productivity

Within this area, we look at the technology and services that directly touch the user. This includes desktop and mobile technology, collaboration and social computing, as well as the connectivity and access mechanisms that are important for many of these technologies and services to deliver maximum value, safely and securely.

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Microsoft teams up with Qualcomm and cellular carriers

An attedmpt to attract the next generation of Windows users

Column/Blog Post published December 2016

Desktop budget wrangles

Whose device is it anyway?

Column/Blog Post published December 2016

Big questions for those looking for answers in big data

The future is disobedient: the more we know, the less we can predict

Column/Blog Post published November 2016

Microsoft Teams

A workspace for those who "don’t do email"

Column/Blog Post published November 2016

Surface Studio increases the versatility of the Windows PC

Something for creators, players, makers, and thinkers

Column/Blog Post published October 2016

Workplace by Facebook

A communications platform for every employee?

Column/Blog Post published October 2016

Digital transformation initiatives hampered by poor ICT skills

Plugging the gap

Column/Blog Post published September 2016

Data encryption must be a priority for the digital business

Securing data in motion as well as data at rest

Column/Blog Post published August 2016

AMZN, AAPL, GOOGL, FB, and MSFT

What do we want them to become?

Column/Blog Post published August 2016

Taking Sales Performance to the Next Level

The role of effective enablement and operations

Inside Track published July 2016

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