Celebrate Data Privacy Day by Taking Control!

Do you ever wonder how companies use the personal information you share online? Do you feel like you have control over your personal information on the Internet? If you said, “I don’t know,” you’re not alone. In recognition of Data Privacy Day, Microsoft just released new research for consumers interested in learning more about keeping…

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Microsoft Hosts First YouthSpark Connections Event in Boston

Today in Boston, Microsoft kicks off the first in a series of exclusive events called YouthSpark Connections.  Hosted at the University of Massachusetts Boston, today’s event features a conversation with prominent leaders from education, government and the civic community to discuss findings from a recent study on the youth opportunity divide in Boston. As part…

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HelpBridge: Helping You Connect, Donate and Volunteer During a Disaster

When disaster strikes, what’s your first move? Many of us are focused on reaching out to those that are most important to us. To help connect people during these times, Microsoft partnered with FEMA and the American Red Cross to launch HelpBridge, a free mobile app that helps people connect with their loved ones as…

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Announcing Microsoft EduTech Family Summit in Boston

This week Microsoft introduced EduTech Family Summits. The EduTech Family Summits provide ways for students and their families to explore new technology that will allow them to tap their creativity and productivity. Today, technology skills are crucial for students heading to college or career bound and these summits bring together parents, students and teachers to…

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Microsoft OEMs Reveal Sleek Windows 8 Devices

Whether you’re looking for a PC that provides fast-paced office productivity, an all-in-one device to browse recipes in the kitchen, or a sleek touch tablet to surf the Internet while lounging on the couch, there’s a device out there that can fit all your needs.    Microsoft’s Vice President of U.S. OEM Peter Han takes…

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Microsoft Ranked #1 in Best Corporate Social Responsibility Programs, Continues Dedication to Citizens and Communities

Who doesn’t like to get an award? Microsoft was recently named number one in Corporate Social Responsibility by the Reputation Institute for our philanthropy efforts. While this award is a wonderful validation, there is something much more important than recognition:  the people and communities who benefit from the employees who take their time to give…

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