To the Edge and beyond

As many as 36 per cent of Microsoft’s corporate users are still using Windows 7 and are bouncing between a modern browser and IE 11. Nothing less than full, flawless backward compatibility is going to get any of those customers to upgrade.

Catalina is here. Beware.

The list of issues is impressively long for Photoshop and many of the problems that are cropping up with Photoshop’s plug-ins are also going to break other apps.

Samsung, Microsoft announce new mobile integrations

Starting with Galaxy Note10, Microsoft’s most popular productivity solutions for smartphones will be seamlessly integrated into Galaxy products and services.

Microsoft inspires local teens at DigiGirlz event

More than 54,000 students have attended the Microsoft DigiGirlz Technology Programs (both camps and one-day events, internationally) since they began in 2000.

The Data Protection dilemma

“People think that cybersecurity is an IT problem, but it’s an organisational risk management issue. It’s at the intersection of privacy and security that we find the protection of personal information.”

Windows 10 Mobile support ends December 2019

Microsoft bought the phone assets of Nokia in 2015 for an estimated US$8 billion.

Microsoft at the Edge

What the Internet community now faces is an environment with less choice and the prospect of Google, with its commanding marketshare, defining the way the web looks.

Samsung discusses its award winning AI technologies

Images courtesy Samsung. Samsung Research, the advanced R&D hub of Samsung Electronics’ SET (end-products) business, has ranked first in two of the world’s top global artificial […]

Microsoft releases Ability Hacks ebook on disabilities technologies

Above: The Microsoft 2014 Hackathon EyeGaze team – Row 1: Dave Gaines, Vidya Srinivasan, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, Matthew Mack (orange shirt), Jon Campbell, Erin Beneteau (on stairs) […]

Microsoft presses cloud advantage

Above: Microsoft’s Teams collaboration tool is now available for general use at no cost. Image courtesy Microsoft. BitDepth#1154 for July 19, 2018 At a media preview […]

New Gatekeepers: Microsoft buys Github

We all know by now, or should, about who owns our data – and we like to think it’s our own, where we can download and […]

Microsoft Inspire 2018 news previewed today

Microsoft today previewed the top line items that it will be sharing with its business partners at the annual Inspire convention, to be held next week […]

Backup in deep blue

Above: Innova’s Christian Anton demonstrates Azure’s services. Photo by Mark Lyndersay BitDepth#1144 for May 10, 2018 Last week, Inova Solutions, a Microsoft partner based in Curaçao, […]

Microsoft, OAS, partner on regional infrastructure cybersecurity report

In today’s world, cybersecurity is one of the most pressing challenges of our time. Although multiple efforts across Latin America and the Caribbean are aimed at […]

Microsoft connects with partners

Above: Racquel Moses, Country Manager, Trinidad and Tobago / Public Sector Lead Caribbean Subsidiary, Microsoft, delivers her presentation. Photo courtesy Microsoft. Over 100 partners and representatives […]