March, 2012

  • Microsoft Hosts Annual Career Forum

    This week, Microsoft partnered with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston (BGCB) to host the 8 th Annual Career Forum, “Pearls of Wisdom” event. The Career Forum is part of BGCB’s Life After the Club initiative, which provides members a...
  • Microsoft debuts limited-edition Hunger Games ultrabook

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months, you’ve probably heard of the Hunger Games, one of the most anticipated movies of 2012. Based on the best-selling novel, the sci-fi flick, which takes place in the future, hits...
  • Stop Hunger Now Event

    Recently, Microsoft teamed with an incredible organization called Stop Hunger Now to host a 90 Minute “Meal Packaging Event” at our headquarters in Waltham, MA. More than 100 Waltham-based employees volunteered their time, packing 22,300 meals...
  • Microsoft Annual Boston DigiGirlz Event

    Last week, Microsoft's Northeast Sales Division held its annual DigiGirlz event at the Microsoft Technology Center in Waltham. DigiGirlz is a national diversity program sponsored by Microsoft throughout the United States aimed at introducing young women...
  • Cloud Brings Nearly 20,000 New Jobs to Boston

    Cloud computing has rained a lot of benefits on Greater Boston, most visibly the dramatically lower IT costs that businesses are discovering when they reach for the cloud. A new study from Microsoft, however, predicts that not only will the cloud slash...
  • Bing Partners with Anti-Bullying Documentary “Bully”

    Just in this year alone, more than 13 million kids in the U.S. reported being bullied and each month 3 million-plus students have intentionally missed school because they felt unsafe. The shocking truth is that bullying affects millions of kids every...
  • Al Roker Offers Tips on How to be Productive from Anywhere

    Conquering productivity can be a challenge, especially in instances of inclement weather keeping you from driving or tending to a sick child home from school. Each year, extreme weather alone brings life to a grinding halt for millions of people. But...