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Managing a project is subject to the completion of a series of sub process. The timely, sequential, synchronized and accurate execution of each of the project management sub processes is essential in order to achieve a successful managed project. Microsoft SharePoint is a handy tool for getting the entire project management saga executed successfully and also enables support for the project team.
Outlook.com has launched as another one of the ventures by Microsoft. The name brings back memories of the dear old Desktop client MS Outlook that used to manage our email for us. Though the Outlook desktop app still exists, the domain has managed to elevate itself up to the cloud now, thanks to Microsoft.
|Google purchased Android in 2005 for a small, undisclosed amount of money.||In the year 2005 when Google chose to make the Android company as part of its own the outside world of smart phones was overwhelmed by existing giants like iPhone and Microsoft. It was in their acclaimed presence that a noisy inclusion into the market might not have been able to bloom to its fullest. The publicity it would have gained would have involved severe comparisons with tried and tested counterparts. Any lacking on the part of Android would have been severely shunned and may have resulted in the breaking down of the entire launch sequence of it. It was in the light of these thoughts that Android, embedded with, wireless connectivity, social networking service, Google short messaging service, ability to locate the owner’s location and preferences silently made its way through to its present strong position. More >|
Every time you bought a new Smartphone or any other handheld device you always would know at the back of your mind that this would no way be able to substitute for your loyal computer system. This was primarily because though you could read email, access social networks via your handheld devices but all the major applications would not run on these techies. Therefore reliance on your loyal computing system would never end. Microsoft has now brought to you a solution that is a combination of usability and portability perfected with the complete facilities of a Personal Computer: Microsoft Surface Pro.
Office 365 Home Premium Edition has been released as the very first full release version of cloud based Office 365. The latest on the front is that five free Bing apps have been released for use with Office 365. The release of these free five apps by Microsoft would enable ease of entering Bing search results into Office 365 documents. These searched results may either be images or other information.
Here we are yet again with another post regarding the warmly welcomed technology referred to as Microsoft Surface 2.0. The technology has a new name now “Microsoft PixelSense”. As mentioned in our earlier post PixelSense is the name given to the touch and gesture sensing technology that enables usability to reach at its heights.
For all those who think this would be another post about the Microsoft Surface Tablet they are sadly mistaken. Though Microsoft Surface Tablet is one of the finest tablets in the market right now but this post features an even more interesting touch sensing technology which is slowly revolutionizing our environment without most of us even noticing it.
Imagine that you’re sitting in a coffee shop and the table top your chair in lined to is an interactive touch sensitive screen which provides a user friendly menu of viewing the menu offered by the coffee shop. You can drag your chosen food from among the menu into a separate drop down menu personalized for you. Overall it’s like a tabletop computer at hand. This is the technology named as Microsoft Surface 2.0. Marketed officially in the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2011 the technology has ever since been eyed anxiously by corporate and individual users alike.
Critics surround the latest touch screen friendly Operating System Windows 8 and consider it and less user friendly but the customers have a different say to the issue! Recent sales of the Operating System show that the sales of the Windows 8 OS have grown incredibly in the past quarter and specially in the last month. Two months back only five percent of the computer software and hardware shares were dominated by Windows 8 OS however in the last month this percentage increased to twenty percent.
The image below is quoted by ITJobswatchUK to show:
The chart provides the 3-month moving total of permanent IT jobs citing Windows 8 within the UK as a proportion of the total demand within the Operating Systems category.
Green gaming means environment friendly gaming. Not only this, but it is pocket friendly too. Being new, the term is not very common in the gaming world. This blogs attempts to explore the topic with brief explanation.
The gaming industry is doing a roaring business these days. Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, Sega and Atari are among the top notch game manufacturers. The gamers are so very indulged into the quality issues of gaming that they are oblivious of the price they and other people around are paying. The cost may be economical, social, or personal but, the deadlier is the environmental impact. According to the Greenpeace (environmental organization),
The estimated amount of e-waste generated every year if put into containers on a train would be enough to circle the globe!
The frequency of generation of e-waste is much higher as compared to other pollutants due to the short life span of electronic products like computers, gaming consoles and cell phones. Gaming alone is a great contributor to environmental pollution. According to the BigFIshGames,
Gone are the days when the crashing of your computer system’s hard disk used to be an issue. If you’re surprised to read the former statement then either you’re still living in the nineteenth century or you’re not concerned with the latest fringe benefits technology has in store for you. Ever since technology went cloud this tech world has changed enormously. SkyDirve is the latest addition. SkyDrive is your ever available data backup facility provided by Microsoft.