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Today marks the 12-month countdown until Microsoft Windows XP is officially retired worldwide.
The growing importance of digital proficiency for New Zealand non-profit organisations was highlighted yesterday at the Microsoft's Connecting Communities conference in Auckland.
Microsoft's latest Windows operating system launched around the world – new apps and range of hardware options offering consumers greater choice and flexibility The highly anticipated Windows 8 has officially landed in New Zealand today.
Microsoft New Zealand has today announced the availability of its latest business management software for small and medium businesses, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013.
Theta has been recognised for their “best-in-class” ability and commitment towards meeting customers evolving needs, and has been awarded the prestigious combination of Gold Business Intelligence and Gold Data Platform Microsoft Competencies.
By combining science, art and design to develop visualisations, the screeds of data in the world can be made more exciting and less complex, according to Jer Thorp, keynote speaker at New Zealand’s largest technology conference, Microsoft TechEd.
Windows Server 2012, the world's first cloud-optimised operating system (OS), was launched this morning by at New Zealand's largest technology conference, Microsoft TechEd 2012.
Jer Thorpe, New York Times' data artist in residence will be regaling the crowds at TechEd this year with his insights about the evolution of computing and how our interactions with computers are becoming more natural.
Microsoft has selected Revera as the first local provider to spearhead a cloud solution for enterprise and government customers built upon Microsoft's business productivity technologies in New Zealand, leveraging its intellectual property, processes and best practices from its global cloud consulting services organisation.
Microsoft New Zealand has announced the availability of Office 365 for Education, allowing students and educators to take advantage of cloud-based communications and collaboration tools at no cost.
AUCKLAND CITY — Microsoft New Zealand has announced a number of changes and updates to Windows Azure, making the service more flexible, open and powerful.
AUCKLAND CITY — Registrations for TechEd 2012, New Zealand's biggest technology event, are now open.
AUT and University of Auckland students take out 2012 Microsoft Imagine Cup Team Mobile Eye wins the opportunity to represent New Zealand at Worldwide Finals in July.
Microsoft New Zealand today announced partnerships with New Zealand's top business incubators, The ICEHOUSE and Creative HQ, to help startups fast-track their businesses through the new BizSpark Plus programme.
AUCKLAND CITY — Tasking university students with solving a world problem seems like a big ask, but not for the final 19 teams participating in the 2012 Microsoft New Zealand Imagine Cup.
Microsoft New Zealand today announced the general availability of SQL Server 2012, effective immediately.
Annual savings of up to $50 Million? Yes Please.
Kiwi schools to receive 'all you can eat' software solutions Microsoft New Zealand signs new licensing model with the Ministry of Education
Microsoft New Zealand has signalled an increased focus on accessibility solutions by making a significant donation to the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB) and announcing the availability of Microsoft Office add-ons for people with a hearing or vision impairment.
Microsoft New Zealand today announced the appointment of Paul Bowkett as Cloud Sales Manager, effective immediately.
According to independent research firm Forrester Research, businesses stand to benefit greatly from the next generation of Business Intelligence (BI) solutions[i] – designed to give business decision makers greater insight into organisational processes and empower them to gain strategic value from vital information.
AUCKLAND CITY — Gen-i and GreenButton were the big winners at the annual Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards tonight, winning three awards each across multiple categories.
Modern, “powerfully simple” enterprise resource planning solution delivers true business value to customers Microsoft New Zealand has today announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to New Zealand customers and partners.
WELLINGTON — The team at Microsoft New Zealand is handing over their corporate box for the Rugby World Cup 2011 Final to Wellington’s Niki O’Connor and 14 of her friends.
Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has been selected to participate in the upcoming Microsoft SQL Server (code name Denali) Rapid Deployment Programme (RDP).
AUCKLAND — Microsoft New Zealand, an Official Sponsor of the 2011 Rugby World Cup, is today launching a competition that will allow one lucky winner and 14 of their mates to win the Microsoft Corporate Box for the Final.
Microsoft released OneNote Mobile for iPhone 1.2 today, which delivers updated features and expands availability of the app in New Zealand, Canada, the UK, Ireland and Australia.
Microsoft New Zealand today launched the new Māori Language Packs for Windows 7 and Office 2010, which can be downloaded free from the Microsoft website.
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