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Carlsbeg goes 'GloCal' with Office 365

The Carlsberg Group has introduced a vision for business it calls “GloCal,” which aims for global efficiency while staying true to its local roots and technology is playing a big role in enabling this vision.

The company said it is deploying Microsoft Office 365 to implement a complete productivity and collaboration solution that employees can use to connect with each other.

Microsoft sells over 5m Xbox Ones

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The Wall Street Journal Online

Microsoft said it has sold more than five million Xbox One consoles to retail shops since the product was launched in November.

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Microsoft unveils new Surface, fixes shortcomings

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scmp.com

Microsoft has refreshed its Surface tablet computers, giving them longer battery life and better comfort on laps as the software giant continues its transformation into a devices and services company.

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Microsoft cuts Surface Pro price

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The Wall Street Journal Online

Microsoft over the weekend began offering a USD100 discount on its Surface Pro, one of the two versions of the company’s tablet-style computer.

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Microsoft Surface debuts in Thailand

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Bangkok Post

Microsoft, the world's largest software maker, debuted its Surface tablet in the Thai market on Wednesday to create a new revenue stream to offset declining software licensing income.

 

Microsoft takes retail market fight into Asia

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scmp.com

Microsoft, the world's largest software company, plans to expand its network of branded retail stores into Hong Kong - which would be its first in Asia - and the mainland.

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Microsoft CFO to leave

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The Sydney Morning Herald Online

Microsoft chief financial officer Peter Klein is leaving at the end of June after three and a half years in the post, as the world's biggest software company struggles with sharply declining personal computer sales and a lukewarm reception for the new Windows 8 operating system.

Klein, an 11-year Microsoft veteran, is the latest in a line of top-level executives to leave the company, following Windows head Steven Sinofsky last November.

Microsoft opens online store on Tmall.com

Microsoft has opened a flagship shopping site on Tmall.com, China's largest B2C venture and part of the Alibaba Group.

Alizilla, the news and commentary website of the Alibaba Group, reported that the new site, MicrosoftStore.Tmall.com, is an outlet for Microsoft products, including its Surface tablet computer, Office software, hardware and accessories and third-party OEM Windows phones and PCs. Over 50 Microsoft products are currently available on the site, according to Microsoft.

Microsoft showcases Windows 8-based retail devices in Retail Tech Japan

Retail Tech Japan, the largest exhibition in Japan that brings together IT devices and systems for the retail and distribution industry, opened on 5 March. US technology giant Microsoft showcased its new Windows 8-based retail devices in the four days event.

"Last year, we released Windows 7 for Embedded Systems. What we are doing today is evolving the Windows 7 technology into a new platform – Windows 8," said John Boladian, Business Group Lead for Windows Embedded in Asia.

Microsoft rolls out Windows 8-based platform for retail devices

Microsoft’s Windows Embedded Group has announced plans to roll out Windows 8-based platforms and technologies that enable retail industry devices such as digital signage, point-of-service (POS) terminals and kiosks.

These new intelligent systems will move beyond standalone entities to help retailers strengthen customer experiences and drive operational intelligence.

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