Cambridge Teacher Competes in IEF

Today, 100 educators from across the country are at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, Wash.,  to participate in the U.S. Innovative Education Forum (IEF), Microsoft’s premier educator recognition event. These teachers are being celebrated for their innovative use of technology in the classroom, and their creative approaches are making a significant impact on their students as…

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Microsoft Boston is recognized as a “Best Place to Work”

This morning at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, the Boston Business Journal recognized Microsoft’s Boston office as one of Boston’s 2011 Best Places to Work. This year, we placed third on the list for Large Companies (we were #4 last year) and GM Craig Hodges graciously accepted the recognition. He also announced that Microsoft…

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The best and brightest in tech gather in Redmond for annual MVP Global Summit

Tech nerds assemble! The concentration of technology geeks is usually heavy here in Boston with NERD and our Northeast offices. This week, however, we may be outnumbered. The Redmond campus is hosting the largest customer event of the year, Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Global Summit. This nerd mecca attracts approximately 1,500 of the most…

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Microsoft Honored with Tech Citizenship Award

On December 3, Microsoft Boston was recognized by Mass High Tech at the Tech Citizenship Awards program, which honors companies in Boston that focus on giving back to the community through contributions and employee hours. Companies that receive this recognition are particularly focused on driving science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education programs, and supporting…

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