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| As a reader of the Business Insights newsletter, you’re probably someone who’s tuned into the latest trends in technology and how they can help your business. That’s why I’m excited to invite you to attend the digital Microsoft US CIO Summit on Tuesday, April 9. |
This is our premier event for senior IT leaders, and it’s your opportunity to hear from and interact with business technology thought leaders—the people who are at the forefront of the next big developments in IT.
The goal of the Summit is to help you become the most effective leader possible—a business leader who uses technological innovation to drive new revenue streams for your company. You’ll hear from senior Microsoft executives and external experts on topics ranging from the use of technology for supporting today’s mobile workforce, to data-mining for business insights, to the business applications of social networking.
We’re especially excited to feature Luke Williams, executive director for innovation and entrepreneurship at New York University's Stern School of Business, as our keynote speaker. One of the world’s most respected voices on innovation leadership, Luke Williams shows business leaders how to generate the disruptive strategies and deliver unexpected solutions that keep you ahead of the competition.
But the Summit is much more than a lecture series. Digital attendees—that means you—will be fully integrated into the proceedings, with the ability to connect with your peers via Twitter and live chat rooms, where you can explore and share ideas as a community. And of course we’ll have subject matter experts available to answer your questions. You’ll see the first-day presentations, as well as exclusive panels and content just for the virtual attendees, with the opportunity to pose questions and to interact with your peers, be they digital or physical attendees.
This will be a day of active learning and thought-provoking exchanges that you won’t want to miss.
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| Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from top executives at Microsoft along with other great keynote speakers. Hear first-hand how current strategy and future plans will shape business innovation for your Microsoft Dynamics solutions. Filled with informative sessions, unique content and loaded with networking opportunities, Convergence 2013 delivers tremendous business value by helping you learn how you can maximize your solution investment across your business. |
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| It used to be standard practice to install business productivity software on the hard drive of every desktop and notebook in your business. . Of course manual typewriters and mechanical adding machines were once state of the art, too. Isn’t it time to get the business benefits of mobile access, cloud capacity, social networking, and IT control that come with Microsoft Office 365 working for you? |
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| Coming to a city near you: See how Microsoft is addressing your business challenges with cutting edge solutions. Hear the latest on the new Office, Lync, Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, SQL Server, SharePoint and System Center. Learn how you can introduce innovation into your business. |
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Create professional content more easily than ever, securely connect with customers and partners, and take advantage of powerful tools for more effective management, control and compliance with enterprise-grade security, data loss prevention, and rights management. See the Top Ten Reasons to give Office 365 a try.
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| Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Inc. and other affiliates in North America began the deployment of Microsoft Office 365 dedicated cloud services as their exclusive environment in June 2012. In Japan and other overseas affiliates, Toyota will leverage a hybrid model, with on-premises editions of Microsoft Exchange , Microsoft SharePoint , Microsoft Lync and Windows Server . This recent deployment represents an expansion of Toyota’s collaboration with Microsoft technologies. In April 2011, Toyota and Microsoft partnered to provide next-generation telematics services using the Windows Azure cloud platform. |
In a recent TechNet Blog post, Zack Hicks, Chief Information Officer at Toyota North America, talked about the company’s deployment of Office 365.
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