Posted by Jeff MeisnerEditor, Microsoft on the Issues
On Dec. 6, Microsoft, in partnership with The Atlantic and National Journal, hosted the first in a series of traveling town halls to explore the opportunities, inclinations and impact of the millennial generation as it faces an increasingly connected world and competitive workplace.
“A New America: How Millennials Are Sparking Change” combines the knowledge of seasoned leaders with the ambitions of young iconoclasts who are changing the world from the outside in. This first conversation took place at California State University in Los Angeles, featuring leading thought-leaders, educators, government officials, entrepreneurs and students.
People who love to entertain are always on the hunt for new tricks to help them become an even more spectacular host. We’ve gathered some tech tools and tips that will help anyone pull off their next event with finesse and ease.
The following post is from Satya Nadella, Executive Vice President, Cloud and Enterprise, Microsoft.
On Tuesday at LeWeb’13 in Paris, I joined Om Malik on stage to talk with thousands of entrepreneurs, startups and large companies about technology and where we’re headed as an industry. The theme of this year’s conference is The Next 10 Years, and we spent our time talking about the new ideas we see from startups around the world and how their work is shaping the future.
Today software intermediates — and digitizes — many of the things we do in business, life and our world. New technologies help businesses engage with customers in more meaningful ways, connect us to our friends and families, and allow us to see, interact with and share our world in ways never before possible. But we’re only at the beginning.
The following post is from Satya Nadella, Executive Vice President, Cloud and Enterprise, Microsoft. It was originally published on The Official Microsoft Blog.