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November, 2009

  • 7 Ways Winner: Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula

    Today we are delighted to announce the seventh and final winner of the 7 Ways to Change the World competition. Congratulations to Peter Pheap who submitted the video on behalf of Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula . The winning entry shows how a high...
  • 7 Ways Winner: SkiDUCK

    Today we are announcing the sixth winner of the 7 Ways to Change the World competition. Congratulations to Clint Lunde who submitted the video on behalf of SkiDUCK . The video explains how technology can help the team at SkiDUCK to be more efficient,...
  • 7 Ways Winner: Boys and Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound, Bremerton Branch

    Today we are announcing the fifth winner of the 7 Ways to Change the World competition. Congratulations to Elizabeth Wallace who submitted the video on behalf of the Boys and Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound: Bremerton Branch . The video: “Our new club...
  • 7 Ways Winner: United Way of Central Carolinas

    Today we are announcing the fourth winner of the 7 Ways to Change the World competition. Congratulations to Sherill Carrington who submitted the video on behalf of the United Way of Central Carolinas . The video: “Impacting the Non-Profit Need” looks...
  • 7 Ways Winner: American Red Cross: Dallas Area Chapter

    Today we are delighted to announce the third winner of the 7 Ways to Change the World competition. We’d like to congratulate Jennifer Jackson who submitted an entry on behalf of the American Red Cross: Dallas Area Chapter which presents a humorous look...
  • 7 Ways Winner: Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group

    Today we are delighted to announce the second winner of the 7 Ways to Change the World competition. We’d like to congratulate Danielle DeVoe who submitted an entry on behalf of the Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group . The Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement...
  • 7 Ways Winner: The More than Me Foundation

    Starting today, until November 24 th we’ll be announcing the 7 winners of the 7 Ways to Change the World competition with one winner being announced each working day. We are delighted to announce our first winning entry, submitted by Stephanie Hood...
  • Update: 7 Ways to Change the World - Video Contest

    Good morning. The deadline for submissions to our 7 Ways to Change the World competition closed last week. The objective of the competition was to encourage people to share their ideas on how a PC running Windows could help an organization...
  • Expanding Education’s Access to Technology with Windows Multipoint Server 2010

    In our ongoing discussions with education institutions around the world, we’ve learned that customers want access to affordable, secure, and easy-to-use technology that provides students with the latest tools to prepare them for the global workforce....
  • Video Contest: 7 Ways to Change the World, enter today

    Good morning, I wanted to give you all a quick update on the 7 Ways to Change the World video contest. As a little background, we asked folks how they would use Windows to help their local community and so far we’ve received some great videos...