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The City of Munich, famous for dropping Windows for a Linux OS, has chosen open-source software to handle mail and calendar for its staff.
Members of the Australian Parliament and staff have been trialling Windows 8 tablets.
Israeli gesture recognition tech start-up PointGrab is doubling its staff as it prepares to ship its OEM software primed for Windows 8
Windows 8 has already had too many hands in the mix and spoons in the pot. Microsoft wanted different and its staff all thought "different". Instead of reaching compromise, Microsoft put everything in to please everyone -- but will likely please very few.
Companies have developed and deployed thousands of applications designed for Windows. What do they do now that staff and customers are using Smartphones and Tablets and expect the same applications will be available. Gizmox thinks that it has the answer.
Dell showed off a raft of new products in London yesterday, including the Inspiron Duo netbook/tablet, an all-in-one touch screen PC, an M101z netbook, and the latest Dell Streak mobile phone. One of Dell's staff also had a Venue Pro running Windows Phone 7.
Microsoft spent hundreds of millions to shift gears, staff up a new Windows Phone team, create new and more locked-down smartphone reference designs and launch/advertise the new Windows Phone 7s. It seems the one thing that money hasn't been able to buy the Redmondians is sufficient supply.
Ubuntu clearly rivals Windows 7 in terms of stability, speed, and functionality. Yet school IT staff who try to take advantage of this free software often meet with serious resistance.
Australian accounting software developer MYOB has rolled out Windows 7 to 50 development and IT support staff as part of an effort to ensure the company's small business software was compatible with the new operating system.
La Trobe University has begun upgrading its staff desktops and student computer labs from Windows XP to Windows 7.
Over the past few months, I've snapped hundreds of screenshots of the Windows 7 interface, for use in galleries here at ZDNet and in an upcoming book. But static screenshots don’t do justice to some of the nuances of actually using a feature. So when ZDNet's crack staff of video producers offered to help me produce some screencasts, I jumped at the chance. This is the first in a series of of four close-up looks at the Windows 7 interface. You’ve no doubt heard about Aero Snap and Aero Shake. Here’s a chance to see these features in action.
If you're working on the fiscal 2009/10 budget right now and in the United States - expect the economy to take a few more double whammies, focus on keeping your staff together, and plan on doing absolutely nothing you can avoid, except migrating your wintel machines to Windows 7 - that's a keeper and just about worth the money.
Microsoft wanted the European Commission to reschedule a hearing at which Redmond would be be able to defend itself against the EU's conclusion that tying IE to Windows is anticompetitive. The reason: Microsoft's top antitrust staff would be attending a big conference in Zurich.
Celio Corp has a different take on how to offer mobile staff access to applications and data, one that is based upon making use of the power of Windows Mobile-based Smartphones. This way mobile staff members can access pocket office (Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint) using a much larger screen and keyboard.
I ordered several desktops last week for administrative staff and, unfortunately, overlooked the "Downgrade to Windows XP" option. This is, in fact, the default for HP's business systems, which certainly speaks to Microsoft's Vista debacle.
The University of Melbourne has chosen to implement Windows Mobile Direct Push e-mail system for its 250 executives instead of a BlackBerry equivalent, after conducting a trial amongst staff.
Company was pretty sure Apple wouldn't usurp its Windows-on-Mac approach, but staff is relieved when Steve Jobs reiterated that.
Linux Australia President says instead of retraining staff on the new version of Windows, many administrators will make the switch to Linux.
Linux Australia president says instead of retraining staff on the new version of Windows, many administrators will make the switch to Linux
Early success with a pilot test of Microsoft Exchange 2007 has convinced IT staff at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to accelerate plans for a full rollout that will eventually expand to include Windows Vista and Office System 2007.QUT adopted Exchange 2007 after an initial pilot test of its predecessor Exchange 2003, which began in late 2005 with around 150 staff inside the university's Faculty of Information Technology.
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