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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IBM and Cisco pre-integrate their collaboration solutions

Nothing important happens in the office

Column/Blog Post published March 2017

Itís Artificial Intelligence, but not as we know it

Insights from Intelís AI Day in San Francisco

Column/Blog Post published March 2017

UK Gov seeks pledges and charity to address the digital skills gap

Driving to make the most of the digital economy

Column/Blog Post published March 2017

AI: IBM and Microsoft CEOs talk about

Digital skills vital to economic development, growth, and consumption

Column/Blog Post published January 2017

Laptops and desktops still feature prominently in the post-PC world

But complexity is still the Achilles heel of the Windows PC

Column/Blog Post published January 2017

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

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