Please see below for some more content from the Microsoft IT Showcase team. It’s good to see the good work they have been doing to help our friends in Japan after the devastating earthquake and tsunami.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning in Action: Japan 2011 The Japan earthquake in March 2011 presented one of the greatest disaster-recovery challenges that Microsoft has ever faced. Contingency planning combined with process, organization, and technology strategies, quickly confirmed the safety of all staff and ensured the recovery of business to a working state over a weekend. The lessons learned from this event can help Microsoft further improve the model and can help customers and partners to plan for and cope with similar disasters. Article
Migrating the Microsoft Hong Kong Company Store to Windows Azure Simplifies Maintenance and Decreases Costs
Microsoft IT is working hard to migrate existing applications to Windows Azure and the commitment has been made to take maximum advantage of Windows Azure when deploying new applications. Gain a quick set of lessons learned and how they are being applied on the journey to Windows Azure. Training readiness and organizational preparation for Azure are also important topics which are covered. Article | Video | TechNet Radio
As soon as the Microsoft Office 2007 was released, some radical changes were made in this version
so that the program can be operated more easily and efficiently on the visual level. Hence, the
modifications introduced by the Microsoft Office received a warm welcome by the users in general.
It is the biological and psychological truth that change is the law of Nature. As human beings we
also seek for changes to save our time, money and resources. Hence, journeys are taking less time,
and gadgets are getting smaller. Since we are accustomed to work in the technological environment,
we seek for ease and convenience. That is why the software like MS Office 2007 has been introduced
as the modified version in order to undertake the complicated demands in and easier and more