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Windows Server 2012 R2 for Embedded Systems (binary identical to Windows Server 2012 R2) is now available for Embedded Direct original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to license with all 19 languages available for electronic download. The product will be generally available on Nov. 1.
OEMs license Windows Server 2012 R2 for Embedded Systems to build and ship server appliances with improved performance, hybrid cloud-service capabilities and innovative storage options for industry-class server appliances. Those appliances are used in places like hospitals, retail stores, and manufacturing plants, and are a key enabler in developing intelligent system architectures.
On Tuesday, Microsoft announced a series investments in 15 carbon offset projects in a wide range of countries all over the world.
Here’s a bit of context around these carbon offset investments from Chief Environmental Strategist Rob Bernard: “In 2012, in an effort to further our commitment to reducing Microsoft’s carbon impact, Microsoft pledged to become carbon neutral. To achieve our goal, we have implemented an internal carbon fee which we charge to business groups based on their output of carbon, primarily through electricity and air travel.”
During the fiscal year ended June 30, Microsoft invested in 15 carbon offset projects, including projects in India, Peru, Guatemala, Mongolia, China, Brazil, Kenya, Cambodia, Turkey and the U.S.
A few weeks ago, Fresh Paint arrived on Windows Phone 8 devices ready to bring out everyone’s inner artist and now this free app has just been updated to support models with lower-memory (512 MB of RAM), reports the Windows Phone Blog.
Trustworthy Computing today released the report, “Software Vulnerability Exploitation Trends,” which looks at the long-term impact of security mitigations that Microsoft has implemented to address software vulnerabilities. The analysis is based on seven years of security vulnerabilities that were addressed through Microsoft security updates and are known to have been exploited.
When the time came for Ava Van to take her long-anticipated, two-month volunteer trip to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, the aspiring TV reporter did extensive research and decided that Microsoft Surfacewould be the device to make the trip with her. A post on the Surface Blog today details her adventure.
Van, a recent Seattle Pacific University grad, is an entrepreneur, photographer and journalist who would be working full-time at an orphanage caring for children, most of whom were disabled. She had made a big commitment to blog her trip, not only for herself but to local newspapers and everyone in her hometown.