Learn how Microsoft supported Singapore-based nonprofit AWWA in revamping its IT infrastructure, and enabled it to better achieve its mission of helping the less privileged lead dignified and independent lives.
Microsoft was honored by the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, in recognition of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
Find out what the Microsoft Dynamics team in Asia got up to when they visited SPD’s headquarters in March.
Technology is facing a diversity issue: that women are underrepresented in the industry. As such, Microsoft organized DigiGirlz Singapore 2016 to encourage greater participation among young women within Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs, and help break up misconceptions about women in technology.
Microsoft is collaborating with the National University of Singapore to fulfil Singapore’s vision as a Smart Nation, as well as further data science education and research in the country. Find out more about this partnership.
Human traffickers are increasingly taking to the Internet to lure victims, but the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Microsoft are determined to use technology to beat them at their own game.
Since 2003, Crescent Girls’ School has been integrating technology into every aspect of its curriculum to revolutionise education and develop 21st Century skills. Take a look at how this Singapore-based secondary school digitalise learning and transform its environments.
Students from two schools, Singapore Polytechnic and Nanyang Polytechnic, dominated the top spots in Imagine Cup Singapore with the winning entries: an eldercare robot, a service-oriented chatbot, and a Kinect-based RPG.
For the 10th year running, Microsoft is organising a major fundraising event for the annual President’s Challenge to help raise funds for those in need. Here’s what you can expect at this year’s event called We Tech Care.
By Jeff Bullwinkel, Associate General Counsel and Director of Legal & Corporate Affairs, Microsoft Asia Pacific & Japan Did you know that an average person today has access to more computing power in their back pocket than NASA had when they first put two men on the moon in 1969? But the Digital Age is…