Chris Capossela on How Cloud is Changing the Way We Work

Cloud Computing can help CIOs differentiate their businesses from the competition, securely and reliably. Microsoft Business Division Senior VP Chris Capossela reflects on Cloud Computing solutions from Microsoft, which give customers new options to offload traditional IT work, mix and match cloud models to specific end-user workloads, and focus on strategic IT projects that can…


Transforming Technology into Corporate Value

What does Intel VP and CIO Diane Bryant see as her company’s top challenges? How does she balance corporate priorities? If the trend of more women entering the IT field is to continue or accelerate, what factors will help attract them? Watch as Microsoft CTO Barry Briggs finds the answers in this CIO Network interview….


Microsoft, Skype and Productivity in the Enterprise

There’s been a lot of discussion this past week about Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype as a consumer play. And there’s no doubt that consumers will benefit. But in my view this deal also has important benefits for the enterprise—particularly around unified communications. In making the announcement, Steve Ballmer said that Microsoft “will empower people around…

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Seize the Day with Calendar Analytics

Originally published on the Microsoft CIO Network. Join today. Business may be good and the future bright, but there’s one thing that hasn’t changed: your calendar is still a mess. You start your day, then 6 meetings and 14 phone calls later it’s dark outside. And you’re left wondering where the day went. Sound familiar?…

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3 Top Microsoft Execs Talk Consumerization of IT

On Tuesday, April 5th, the Microsoft CIO Network hosted an executive webcast on the Consumerization of IT. Stephanie Stahl, Executive Editor, Techweb, moderated an outstanding panel consisting of Chris Capossela, Sr. Vice President, Microsoft Business Division, Andy Lees, President, Mobile Communications Business, and Tony Scott, Corporate VP and CIO. I encourage you to register to…

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The Next Level of Productivity

Originally published on the Microsoft CIO Network. Join today. Thinking back to CES in Las Vegas, one of the things that stood out was the tremendous increase in choice for consumers when it comes to accessing and consuming information. There is the promise of “healthy” competition in the foreseeable future, bringing with it the fact…

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Microsoft Services and the Dynamic Workplace

“The bottom line is, it’s about the productivity of the individual employee.”   I had the opportunity to meet with Laura Longcore, GM, IO Solutions, Microsoft Consulting Services, to talk about how Microsoft Services is helping customers realize productivity gains and reduce costs in the workplace.   Steven Ramirez: Can you define what Microsoft Services…

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