Lee Simbeye, Imagine Cup Top Student Researcher Carleton University

In this interview, Lee Simbeye and his team are leading examples of students impacting the world. All it takes is one good idea. Imagine Cup, the premiere worldwide technology competition, is looking for students, to help solve some of the world’s toughest problems through technology. To Take Action and Change the World, go to: http://blogs.technet.com/b/cdnitmanagers/archive/2012/02/13/are-you-ready-to-change-the-world.aspx…


Daniel Leblond, Award-Winning Imagine Cup Top Student Researcher Carleton University

All it takes is one good idea. Imagine Cup, the premiere worldwide technology competition, is looking for students, to help solve some of the world’s toughest problems through technology. To Take Action and Change the World, go to: http://blogs.technet.com/b/cdnitmanagers/archive/2012/02/13/are-you-ready-to-change-the-world.aspx In this interview, Daniel Leblond shares his innovative research and experiences working on the Imagine Cup….


Enterprise On the “Glance and Go”

Guest post by Paul Laberge, Developer Advisor, Microsoft Canada There is a sea change happening in the enterprise today – employees are deciding to bring the technology they are comfortable using at home to work and using it to be productive. Many people call this the Consumerization of IT, and in essence, it means that…


The Cloud in Your Hands – Marriage of Cloud Computing with Smart Devices – ACM Free Webinar

Register NOW for ACM’s first-ever, free learning webinar, presented on January 26, 2012 at 2 PM EST! Space is limited. Innovations in wireless networking technology are driving our increasingly connected world, with mobile devices gaining acceptance for both professional and private use. In the future, a vast majority of devices will rely on cloud services…


Take on the Mango Challenge!

Have your team take on the Mango Challenge and get an unique opportunity to have the team and your organization internationally recognized. How does this work? Submit 2 "quality" apps and you could get a free Windows Phone 7.5 plus the apps could be featured in the MSDN newsletter and MSDN web site which has…