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Display results by tag: Training

  • The Kodu Kup Coding Camp: Boosting the skills of Europe’s future entrepreneurs

    Pénélope Roux Operational Director at the Microsoft Innovation Center, Brussels - 09 Oct. 2014


  • YouthSpark in Austria: Giving Generation Y the Opportunities They Need

    Jean-Philippe Courtois President, Microsoft International - 22 Oct. 2013


  • The Digital binder - a OneNote project!

    Ellen Meyer Knutsen & Anne Cathrine Gotaas Special Needs Teacher&ICT Advisor at Pedkonsult, Math Teacher&ICT Advisor at Pedkonsult - 10 May 2013

    Microsoft OneNote has helped reduce student drop-out rates in NorwayThe country has made large investments in ICT education in recent years. What are the effects of these investments? How have they provided optimal learning and better outcomes for students?


  • Rural UK students connect virtually to learn through cloud

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 20 June 2011

    In this case study, you can read about the Lincoln Specialists Schools Group (LSSG) which is making advanced and specialised school courses available to students in Lincoln through cloud computing, and fighting the decline in student population in rural UK – with the help of an innovative SME - F1 Group .


  • Video interview: Jobs of the future, your access pass? Training and certifying for the cloud

    Elena Bonfiglioli Senior Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Health Industry, Worldwide Health Team, Public Sector, Microsoft - 31 May 2011

    Paving the way for new digital technologies such as the transition to the cloud requires a parallel investment in human capital.


  • Migration towards high-level skills

    Luis Céspedes Director de Educación, Proyecto Universidad Empres - 20 May 2011

    The IT Academy in perspective


  • European employability: meet the individuals who make a difference

    Sylvie Laffarge Director EU Institutional Relations and Citizenship - 03 May 2011

    As part of Employment Week, Microsoft acted as main sponsors providing leadership to a series of events and awards where one of the highlights was the Skills for Employability ceremony.


  • Mapping pathways to employment: connecting students to careers

    Kimberly Voltero & Lorna White - 23 Nov. 2010

    Did you know that 77 percent of jobs will require technology skills in the next five years as predicted by experts?  (Source: IDC)  That's one of the reasons Microsoft is working to help students get low-cost training and certifications that are crucial for today's job market and the next generation of young innovators.


  • Cloud driving change in the IT department & profession

    Nigel Gibbons Chairman of UniTech - 02 Nov. 2010

    The fusing of ICT with business economic delivery models is challenging the future of the IT profession.


  • Take pride: young Britain works - Year 2

    Stephen Uden Head of Skills & Economic Affairs, Microsoft U.K - 20 Oct. 2010


  • Video: hear IT students and young entrepreneurs talk about why IT matters

    Lisa Boch-Andersen Senior Director for Communications Europe - 26 April 2010

    We were at the Go digITal event during eSkills week earlier March and spoke to a number of ICT students present.


  • Introducing the Microsoft Student Career Portal

    Kimberly Voltero Group Audience Marketing Manager - 04 Jan. 2010