There is something which is quite familiar for most of us. Not for all us, but for, I’d say 60 to 70% of us. And it’s the Windows UI. As you know, during the past few years, it didn’t change that much. Yes Microsoft added a lot of features and
BYOD, an acronym we heard several times in the last year or so. Now it seems a bit obsolete because, as we very well know, technology runs faster than the blink of an eye (or maybe because marketing did a darn good job at the time!). A “buzzword”, or a cool word, that has been used several times to apply something that was so obvious for a lot of people but somehow it was not really happening in the business world. Bringing your personal device, from home to the office, and connect it to the domain/active directory or whatever you have/had in the workplace. Why? Because it’s easy, fast, efficient…. (fill in the blanks with any other powerful word you can think of!).
Today was an epic day for Microsoft and Windows 10. At a public event held in New York a brand new series of Windows 10 devices was presented: First of all the new Windows 10 Mobile was introduced with the new Nokia Lumia 950 and 950 XL. The big change