Touching Children’s Lives with Microsoft Surface Technology

By William Jansen, CSS Community Program Manager, EMEA, Microsoft In 2008, Freena Eijffinger’s brother was diagnosed with Asperger’s Disorder, a form of autism. It had taken more than seven years for the doctors to diagnose him, and that left Freena curious as to why it had taken so long. She did a bit of research…


Kinect’ing people in Korea through gaming

Chan Kwon, community affairs manager, Microsoft Korea It is always really cool when our community partners take a new technology and find a way to make it work to help them deliver their own mission. There have been lots of examples of technologies like mobile phones or PCs being used and sometimes we forget about…


MVPs strike again as Geek Give Rocks the Pacific Northwest

This week the Microsoft Campus in Redmond will be visited by a group of extraordinary givers, doers, and all around community leaders. The Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) are an exceptional group of professionals who come from a wide range of backgrounds and actively share their high-quality, real-world technical expertise with communities around the world….