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Is Ford CEO Mullaly no longer in the Microsoft driving seat?
"Frankly, he has told us that his plan is to stay with Ford through the end of 2014."
Nokia's Elop out as Race for Redmond narrows...
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop looks to have missed out on the Redmond hot seat, with speculation mounting that Microsoft has cut its CEO candidates field in half.
Kiwi student mixing it with IT giants
A University of Waikato PhD student will take part in a global computer coding exercise backed by some of the biggest technology names in the world.
Microsoft unveils top Bing searches for 2013
Based on the aggregation of millions of search queries, Microsoft has unveiled the top search trends in 2013.
Lexel Lync Online adds real value to Propertex
"The Lexel cloud phone solution has been great, quite simply it just works."
Microsoft listens to partner feedback… and responds
Recently, Microsoft made a decision to modify the release timeline for partner program changes, in a bid to reflect a simpler, more measured approach.
HP boosts partner opps with new SDN App Store
HP has unveiled the industry’s first enterprise-class software-defined networking (SDN) open ecosystem with the HP SDN Developer Kit (SDK) and the HP SDN App Store.
￼Microsoft on a smooth transition to cloud
Bradley Borrows, Microsoft New Zealand Azure and server business group lead, looks at server virtualisation and the path to cloud.
Microsoft considers one Windows fits all approach
"We have the Windows Phone OS. We have Windows RT and we have full Windows. We're not going to have three."
Nokia follows Microsoft's lead… bashes Apple's iPad
In a bid to promote the new Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet, Nokia has taken a leaf out of Microsoft's book - by shamelessly bashing Apple's iPad.
Auckland prepares for world's first Xbox One launch…
In a matter of hours the sharks guarding the glass box containing the Xbox One can take a well-earned break.
Microsoft reveals anti-Google merchandise line
Microsoft has launched an anti-Google campaign, releasing a merchandise line of 'Scroogled' gear.
Juniper Networks receives double Microsoft Lync qualification
Juniper Networks has received Microsoft Lync qualification for both its wired and wireless campus portfolio.
Emotional Gates has met with "a lot of CEO candidates"
Despite breaking down during Steve Ballmer's farewell speech, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates admits the company has met with "a lot of CEO candidates" in a bid to find his replacement.
Defiant Ballmer defends Microsoft's hardware venture
CEO Steve Ballmer has defended Microsoft's move into the hardware market, defiantly holding up a tablet in yet another emotional Redmond farewell.
The real reason why Ballmer quit Microsoft…
"Maybe I’m an emblem of an old era, and I have to move on … the best way for Microsoft to enter a new era is a new leader who will accelerate change."
Fighter Within – Inside the Game
With the Xbox One launching this Friday in New Zealand, we are greeted with a host of ‘Day One’ releases.
Apple acquires original Microsoft Kinect co-creators
In a bid to improve its Apple TV range, Apple has allegedly acquired PrimeSense for US$345m, which provided the technology used in the first Microsoft Kinect device.
Microsoft unveils new high-tech cybercrime HQ
Call them "the zombies next door."
Employee rankings axed as Microsoft unites
Echoing CEO Steve Ballmer's departing wish, software giant kills process which involved pitting staff against each other across the organisation.
Sharks guard Xbox One ahead of world-first NZ launch
At midnight on November 21 New Zealand will be the first country in the world to launch the Xbox One. But until then, the device will be closely guarded by 20 of the most fierce predators known to man.
Celebrating 30 years of Windows
Both iconic and significant in the evolution of personal computing, on November 10, 1983, Bill Gates introduced Windows.
Surface boost for schools as Microsoft selects Expert Educator candidates
Recognising both educators and schools as global leaders in using technology to transform education, Microsoft New Zealand announces Expert Educators and Mentor Schools.
Vodafone adds Office 365 to its growing product suite
Vodafone customers can now purchase ‘Microsoft Office 365 for Business’ directly from Vodafone, and have the charges included on their Vodafone bill.