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Display results by tag: Microsoft CityNext

  • Technology for healthier citizens

    Joe Macri VP EMEA Public Sector, Microsoft - 07 Jan. 2014

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  • CityNext Solutions on display in Barcelona Smart City Expo

    Per Bendix Olsen Senior Director, Partners, Public Sector, Microsoft Europe, Middle East and Africa - 12 Dec. 2013

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  • Innovative healthcare in Denmark.

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 28 Nov. 2013

    Taking care of an increasingly ageing population is a worldwide challenge. New health services and innovative ways of caring for this sector are crucial, and Denmark knows so. In five years, this country will face a 20 percent increase of elderly people to take care for, hence it is key for them to find efficient and cost-effective solutions.

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  • Hamburg Port Authority – Productive 365

    David Burrows Managing Director of Government Industry, Europe, Middle East & Africa - 21 Nov. 2013

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  • Green light for a mobile Manchester.

    Ellen Wilson Business Manager Cities at Microsoft - 21 Nov. 2013

    Commuting in a city of 2.69 Million residents can be tedious, however Manchester has managed to ease this task for all its citizens.

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  • The smart reinvention of Barcelona

    Jose A.Ondivela Western Europe Industry Market Development Manager - 20 Nov. 2013

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Scytl launches Smart Governance for Smart Cities

    PRESS RELEASE: Scytl launches Smart Governance for Smart Cities - 19 Nov. 2013

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  • Putting people first

    David Burrows Managing Director of Government Industry, Europe, Middle East & Africa - 24 Oct. 2013

    I would like to highlight a few headlines on CityNext from this falls Touch magazines.

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  • Microsoft CityNext CEE – A people-first approach to helping cities meet what’s next

    Don Grantham President, Microsoft Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) - 04 Oct. 2013

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  • Innovative solutions for the health industry

    Per Bendix Olsen Senior Director, Partners, Public Sector, Microsoft Europe, Middle East and Africa - 01 Oct. 2013

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  • EVENT: What's next for your city?

    Microsoft CityNext CEE Event - 24 Sept. 2013

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  • Microsoft CityNext – Partnerships that help Cities transform, engage and accelerate

    Per Bendix Olsen Senior Director, Partners, Public Sector, Microsoft Europe, Middle East and Africa - 31 July 2013

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  • The City of the Future is a Healthier Place to Live

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 29 July 2013

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  • Hot off the press: Microsoft CityNext, coming to a city near you

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 10 July 2013

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  • Does cloud computing really offer a way to reduce energy demands?

    Ray Pinto Senior Government Affairs Manager - 27 June 2013

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  • Lync connects boardrooms from 6 cities at The State of the European Union

    Ludo De Bock Senior Director EU/NATO MS Corp - 07 June 2013

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  • Spanish SME helps doctors communicate easily with computers in the operating room

    Mark Lange Director EU Institutional Relations - 30 May 2013

    Tedcas helps surgeons (among other specialties) improve their efficiency by using hand movements and voice commands to control computers in the operating theatre – a creative step forward in modern hospital care.

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  • Young Technology Innovators Creating Solutions and Real Impact for Better Health

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 13 March 2013

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  • Innovating for Better Health: doing new with less

    Joe Macri VP EMEA Public Sector, Microsoft - 10 Dec. 2012

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  • Sharing views with MEP Parvanova on enabling high quality eHealth in Europe

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 04 Dec. 2012

    Due to challenges posed by Europe’s ageing population, we are now obliged to come up with viable solutions towards ensuring the financial stability and quality of our health systems. As we are strained by limited resources and high demands in delivering quality care and cure, we are compelled to “do new with less.”

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  • Windows 8: Why it matters to the European Health Sector

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 30 Nov. 2012

    It has been just over a month since Windows 8 officially launched but what does this mean for vast numbers of European health workers and patients out there?

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  • Patients in UK would Skype their doctor, if the option was available

    Jean-Jacques Sahel Director, EMEA Policy and International Organisations - 20 Nov. 2012

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  • Healthcare technology innovation – overcoming the challenge, a prescription from miMedication

    Mitchell Silva CEO, miMedication - 16 Nov. 2012

    Being a start-up is never easy but some markets are particularly challenging. The healthcare sector is arguably one of these, because of the (understandably) often complex layers of legislation and scientific validation required, so adoption of new innovation can be lengthy.

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  • Using cloud solutions to create a collaborative environment in 21st century schools

    Kirsten Panton Western Europe Lead Partners in Learning - 02 Nov. 2012

    A private grade 4-12 educational institution in Greece (Athens), Doukas School has invested heavily in innovative education to provide its 2,000 students with the finest educational, cultural, and athletic programs in the country.

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  • A bright future for cities? Thoughts from the “Future of Cities” forum

    David Burrows Managing Director of Government Industry, Europe, Middle East & Africa - 27 Sept. 2012

    With more than 50% of the world’s population already living in cities, and projections that this number will surpass 70% by 2050, the accelerating trend of urbanization raises many challenges and demands for governments.

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  • Europe’s future growth is in the cloud

    Mark Lange Director EU Institutional Relations - 27 Sept. 2012

    The European Central Bank’s proposal to buy unlimited amounts of crisis-hit government bonds has provided a glimmer of light through the shadows of the financial downturn. In the long term however, it’s clear that Europe must re-engineer its economy to achieve sustainable economic growth and abate record-high unemployment levels, especially among young people.

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  • Health Modernization: the role of ICT in strengthening the health system in Europe

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 21 Sept. 2012

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  • School leaders in Portugal show the way to new Learning best practices

    Kirsten Panton Western Europe Lead Partners in Learning - 04 Sept. 2012

    The Partners in Learning for School Leaders programme is a result of a partnership between Microsoft Portugal and the Ministry of Education in Portugal. It is aimed at giving Portuguese school directors a set of skills that will enable them to innovate, modify and transform not only their schools but also their surrounding community. 

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  • An Italian school reaches for excellence with innovative education

    Kirsten Panton Western Europe Lead Partners in Learning - 04 Sept. 2012

    The School Istituto Laporta in Galatina is a school of excellence. The Partners in Learning (PIL) school programme marked an important step for the school. When the PIL programme was implemented, the school maximized its potential at national and international level.

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  • German hospital network increases data security and access, while cutting costs

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 16 Aug. 2012

    A network of hospitals and health care facilities in Germany used cloud computing to increase their access to files in a reliable and secure way while lowering IT costs.

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  • The Digital Patrols project: upgrading the education system by student role models

    Kresten Thorndahl Student Guest Blogger and Project Manager - 09 Aug. 2012

    ICT has recently been pointed out by the European Commission as one of the big job growth areas and as a digital native, a student in 2012 who has grown up surrounded by technology I should feel privileged.. 

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  • Making Ministry of Education website cope when exam results are out

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 03 Aug. 2012

    In this case study you can read about how through cloud computing, SIVECO Romania’s solution helped the Ministry of Education lower costs and offer new and more reliable services to the public.

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  • Gaming technology helps children with cerebral palsy

    Anders Thomsen Government Affairs Manager - 31 July 2012

    The Helene Elsass Center along with Microsoft Partner Commentor and Mitii Development A/S is building a programme called Mitii Kinect to help children diagnosed with cerebral palsy get the consistent help they need to develop their motor skills. Cerebral palsy is a neurological condition which impairs the motor skills and causes issues with physical movement.

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  • A vision for Denmark: an innovative public sector that promotes quality and shared responsibility

    David Burrows Managing Director of Government Industry, Europe, Middle East & Africa - 29 June 2012

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  • Portuguese Hospital moves to the cloud to be more efficient in tough economic times

    Rui Gomes Director of Technology & Information Systems, Hospital Fernando Fonseca - 16 May 2012

    Back in 2010, I had a vision to build an information system that would advance the pace of delivering quality healthcare and challenge the perception that public institutions are slow moving.

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  • Optimizing public sector services in the Azores Archipelago with cloud computing

    Mark Lange Director EU Institutional Relations - 30 April 2012

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  • The classroom of the future is here

    Futures - 26 April 2012

    Innovative teachers + technology + smart policies = the active learning and collaborative skills required for the 21st century.

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  • Doctors on a call

    Futures - 25 April 2012

    A start-up created by two British medics combines social networks and cloud computing to make hospital staffing more efficient.

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  • European Regions for Growth: the opportunity of cloud computing

    Events - 24 April 2012

    Removing barriers to boost cloud computing opportunities, letting our industries and SMEs grow and better compete inside and outside the European Union.

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  • Transformative technology for active and healthy ageing

    Ray Pinto Senior Government Affairs Manager - 20 April 2012

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  • Digital services for European governments

    Niels Soelberg Vice President,Public Sector Sales, Microsoft EMEA - 04 April 2012

    The on-going debate around the world’s economic recession may be an unpleasant topic to address, but in my job as Vice President for Public Sector in Europe, Middle East and Africa, I face this issue every day when meeting with customers and partners, and I believe we need to continue addressing it in order to solve it!

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  • Apps for Living Sustainably

    Josh Henretig Group Manager, Environmental Sustainability - 28 Feb. 2012

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  • Better, faster, cheaper! Eliminating the hassle in public administrations

    Karen McCandless News Editor of Touch magazine, Editor of OnWindows.com - 20 Feb. 2012

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  • North Rhine-Westphalia Police delivers mobile innovation to its employees and residents

    Wayne Phillips Industry Lead, Public Safety and National Security business, Microsoft EMEA - 15 Feb. 2012

    The North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) Police is the largest police force in Germany with 50,000 police officers serving about 19 million people. The NRW Police uses technologies that benefit their constituents, and mobile technology is one of them.

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  • Efficient ICT solutions for a stronger European economy

    Niels Soelberg Vice President,Public Sector Sales, Microsoft EMEA - 24 Jan. 2012

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  • Governments Solutions Forum 2012

    Events - 20 Jan. 2012

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  • Eye On Health in Germany with cloud computing

    Mark Lange Director EU Institutional Relations - 31 Oct. 2011

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  • Cloud computing strengthens Hungary’s life savers

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 15 Sept. 2011

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  • Ensuring cloud computing services for the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 01 June 2011

    Cloud computing brings great benefits to Europe’s start-ups and SMEs in terms of cost benefits, ease to up-scale their businesses and efficient computing capabilities. Besides using the cloud power to operate their own business, SMEs also have the opportunity to widen their portfolio and innovate by building new applications and services on the cloud platforms.

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  • Catalonian centre driving innovation through ICT

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 22 Dec. 2010

    In this case study, you can read about a Catalonian centre which is helping Spanish businesses become more productive through collaboration with Microsoft in providing Microsoft Office 365, an enterprise-class, cloud-based solution.

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