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Microsoft Academic Search provides extensive discovery engine for academic papers and published scientific research. With a growing index of over 3 million papers, this may become a popular destination for academic researchers.Continue Reading →
There were 3.75 millions babies born in the US the year Microsoft launched Windows 1.0. There was no public or consumer Internet at the time. Now, 24 years later, these Millennials get the next-generation of operating system of Windows 7. Let’s take a brief look at the history of Windows.Continue Reading →
This has been an exciting week at Microsoft. While the world waits another 24 hours for the new happiness, I’m also looking forward to another innovation advancements coming from the Microsoft Business Division-SharePoint Server 2010 and Office 2010 Beta.Continue Reading →
If you ask the college students of Boone, North Carolina, “if technology makes a difference in learning?” The scholars at Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University will tell you it makes a huge difference in their studies and grades.Continue Reading →
Get a head start and become the go-to messaging person within your organization. Microsoft Learning has developed some great, free resources on Exchange Server 2010, including Silverlight Learning Snacks on Unified Messaging, High Availability and Storage, eLearning Clinics highlighting the new features in Exchange 2010, and finally, a PrePress preview of the [...]Continue Reading →
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