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Hyatt Goes Ultra-mobile
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Delta’s Pilots Go Paperless
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Lync Boosts L.A. Fitness’ Bottom Line
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Ingenbohl Convent Meets Windows 8
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GSU Launches into the Cloud
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Reimagining Your Business With Today’s Technology
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Mobility at Work

Microsoft's Vision for the Enterprise

Hyatt Goes Ultra-mobile

Nearly 500 Hyatt facilities are located around the world. That makes effective mobile communications a must.

Microsoft’s Vision for Enterprise Social

Delta’s Pilots Go Paperless

Earlier this year, Delta Airlines purchased 19,000 Windows Mobile and Dynamics for Retail Devices for its employees, demonstrating their interest in adopting a forward-thinking mobile strategy. But when Delta decided to equip pilots with 11,000 electronic flight bags, they became industry leaders by pioneering the paperless cockpit.

Virtual CIO Summit

Lync Boosts L.A. Fitness’ Bottom Line

Everyone knows omnipresence brings revenue, especially when it comes to well-maintained, high-tech, always-open fitness centers. Migrating to Lync saves L.A. Fitness over $650,000 a year in 150 clubs, which paid for the initial platform migration in a matter of months.

Enterprise Social Adoption

Ingenbohl Convent Meets Windows 8

The nuns at Ingenbohl convent migrated from Windows XP directly to Windows 8—without replacing their PCs. This allowed the caregivers anywhere-anytime access to diagnostic and administrative tools, from bedside to cloister.

Enterprise Social Adoption

GSU Launches into the Cloud

Georgia State University (GSU) is one of the Southeast's leading urban research institutions. As with any large organization, the faculty and staff of GSU need collaboration technology to get their jobs done. However, the university concluded that a simple update to Novell GroupWise would be too expensive and fail to offer sufficiently improved functionality.

Reimagining Your Business With Today’s Technology

The ways in which people use technology are blurring the lines between work and play, business and individual. With this shift comes opportunity…but it requires a thoughtful approach to business scenarios.