Microsoft Downloads 28 – 19 December 2011

Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 December 2011 01:54 Written by Mire_B Wednesday, 28 December 2011 01:54

Reactive Extensions (Rx) v1.0.10621 SP1

Reactive Extensions (Rx) is a library to compose asynchronous and event-based programs using observable reactive data sequences and LINQ-style query operators.

 

Unified Communications Phones and Peripherals Datasheets

These datasheets list the phones and peripheral devices that are qualified to display the “Optimized for Microsoft Lync” logo.

 

Connector for Microsoft Dynamics installation guides

These guides contain installation and configuration procedures for the Connector for Microsoft Dynamics.

 

Windows Azure Training Kit – December Refresh

Windows Azure Training Kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content to help you learn how to use Windows Azure.

 

Exchange 2010 SP2 Multi-Tenant Scale Guidance

This document provides scalability and deployment guidance for multi-tenant Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 solutions.

 

Windows Azure Access Control Service 1.0 Migration Tool

This tool enables customers with Windows Azure Access Control Service 1.0 namespaces to migrate them to Access Control Service 2.0.

 

Optimizing and Maintaining Client Performance for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM Online

The white paper provides readers with the information necessary to ensure and maintain the optimal performance of the clients connecting to a business solution based on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 or Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

 

Microsoft Online Services Migration Tools (32 bit)

Use this tool to support migration of Microsoft Exchange to Microsoft Online Services.

 

Microsoft Online Services Migration Tools (64 bit)

Use this tool to support migration of Microsoft Exchange to Microsoft Online Services.

 

Windows Phone 7.5 Training Kit

Hands on Labs for the Windows Phone 7.5 Application Platform


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Microsoft Divorces from CES as of 2013

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 December 2011 08:16 Written by Mire_B Thursday, 22 December 2011 08:16

Microsoft and the Consumer Electronics Show no longer seem to have a future together. Frank X. Shaw, Corporate Vice President, Corporate Communications, Microsoft confirmed officially that CES 2012 will be the last event keynoted by the Redmond software giant.

 

Microsoft’s divorce from CES will happen ahead of 2013, with the company no longer keynoting the technology show, and not even having a booth opened to visitors.

 

Personally, I wouldn’t expect any major announcements from Microsoft for CES 2012 which happens in less than a month, even if the opening keynote will be delivered by Steve Ballmer.

 

Our industry moves fast and changes faster. And so the way we communicate with our customers must change in equally speedy ways. To ensure it does, we constantly challenge our assumptions. For example:

· What’s the right time and place to make announcements?

· Are we adjusting to the changing dynamics of our customers?

· Are we doing something because it’s the right thing to do, or because “it’s the way we’ve always done it”?

After thinking about questions like these, we have decided that this coming January will be our last keynote presentation and booth at CES. We’ll continue to participate in CES as a great place to connect with partners and customers across the PC, phone and entertainment industries, but we won’t have a keynote or booth after this year because our product news milestones generally don’t align with the show’s January timing.

As we look at all of the new ways we tell our consumer stories – from product momentum disclosures, to exciting events like our Big Windows Phone, to a range of consumer connection points like Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft.com and our retail stores – it feels like the right time to make this transition.

Microsoft has enjoyed a close to 20-year working relationship with the Consumer Electronics Association – and we look forward to working with CEA for many years to come.

In the meantime, I’m looking forward to seeing many of you on Monday night, January 9th, to kick the year off at CES 2012.


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New Windows 8 Beta Features Revealed in Leaked Screenshots

Last Updated on Sunday, 18 December 2011 08:32 Written by Mire_B Sunday, 18 December 2011 08:31

A number of enhancements are visible in recently leaked screenshots of Windows 8 pre-Beta, features which will all be present in the fully fledged Beta of the operating system. There are changes visible impacting the installation process, as well as a new color picker designed to let users personalize the Start Screen.


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