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Let’s talk presales 
Anyone that knows me, knows that I get very passionate about software presales and more specifically the DEMO. There is no more important moment in the sales process than the DEMO (some might be 10 minutes, and some might be all day) but whatever the approach this is your chance to win or lose a deal. The greatest issue facing most presales consultants is the DEMO

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February 5, 2015 · Frank Hamelly MCP-GP MCT MVP · No Comments
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February 4, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Tech Tuesday: SmartList Builder Call to Action

This week I want to shake things up a little bit with our Tech Tuesday. Instead of me telling you something great about what you can do with one of the eOne products, I want you to tell me what you are using SmartList Builder for. This includes SmartList Builder, Excel Report Builder, and Navigation List Builder.

You may be familiar with the Templates that we have available today for SmartList

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February 3, 2015 · Nicole Albertson · No Comments
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Hololens in the real world

I have been geeking out about the Hololens for a couple of weeks now. However, just like any revolutionary technology – the key is how it would fit in the real world. James Ashley, a Kinect MVP has a great post with 21 ideas around Hololens

Here are my favorites from his list.

Education

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While cool visuals will make education more interesting, the biggest benefit of HoloLens for education is simple access. Children in rural areas in the US have to travel long distances to achieve a decent education. Around the world, the problem of rural education is even worse. What if educators could be brought to the children instead? This is one of the stated goals of Facebook’s purchase of Oculus Rift and HoloLens can do the same job just as well and probably better.

Shopping

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Amazon made one click shopping make sense. Shopping and the psychology of shopping changes when we make it more convenient, effectively turning instant gratification into a marketing strategy. Using HoloLens AR, we can remodel a room with virtual furniture and then purchase all the pieces on an interactive menu floating in the air in front of us when we find the configuration we want. We can try and buy virtual clothes. With a wave of the hand we can stock our pantry, stock our refrigerator … wait, come to think of it, with decent AR, do we even need furniture or clothes anymore?

Medical Care

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Technology can be used for interesting diagnostic and rehabilitation functions. The depth sensors that come with HoloLens will no doubt be used in these ways eventually. But like education, one of the great problems in medical care right now is access. If we can’t bring the patient to the doctor, let’s bring the GP to the patient and do regular check ups.

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February 3, 2015 · Jivtesh Singh · No Comments
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Microsoft Super Bowl XLIX Commercials: #Empowering

Super Bowl XLIX is now over and congratulations are in order for the now 4-time champion, the New England Patriots organization led by head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady. I must also extend congrats to the Seattle Seahawks who put up quite the fight until the end, and simply could not complete the rare feat of a back-to-back championship.

You can catch the game highlights below:

And speaking of winners, how about those touchy Microsoft #Empowering Super Bowl commercials (remember Super Bowl XLVIII ones?) Microsoft came up with two real life examples showing where their technology is being applied to improve the lives of people. You be the judge of these two ads.

Braylon O’Neill’s story

Microsoft Super Bowl Commercial 2015: Braylon O’Neill   

Braylon was born with a strong sense of determination. He was also born without the two bones that make up the lower leg: the tibia and the fibula.

At just 11 months old, Braylon was fitted with his first prosthesis. His doctors use technology to track his gait mechanics and make adjustments that maximize his strength and performance. Braylon is now an unstoppable speed demon – in races with CAF (Challenged Athletes Foundation) he has taken home medals and inspires others to reach beyond their limits

Estella Pyfrom’s story

Microsoft Super Bowl Commercial 2015: Estella’s Brilliant Bus

Estella Pyfrom could have chosen to enjoy a nice quiet retirement. Instead, she had an idea that would change her life and the lives of thousands of families.

At the age of 71, Estella decided to spend her life savings and build a bus to bring technology to underserved communities. Today, Estella’s Brilliant Bus has helped more than 60,000 children gain access to technology and envision a bigger, brighter future for themselves.

Click to find out more about Microsoft #Empowering. Catch more Super Bowl XLIX videos on the NFL’s YouTube Channel.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
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February 2, 2015 · Mariano Gomez · No Comments
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Welcome to the world of Holographic Computing, introducing Microsoft HoloLens

David Meego - Click for blog homepageWhile I was away on leave, Microsoft had their recent “Windows 10: The Next Chapter” event. One of the coolest demonstrations was of the Microsoft HoloLens: A stand alone augmented reality holographic device.

For more information check out the subsite and videos below:

The videos below will show you want some of the possibilities of this technology are.

Windows HoloLens Full Presentation (direct link)

 

Microsoft HoloLens – Transform your world with holograms (direct link) – included in video above.

 

Microsoft HoloLens – Possibilities (direct link) – included in video above.

 

I can’t wait to see what the 3D gaming experience will be like.

 

If you want to watch the entire two hour long keynote presentation, watch the video below:

Windows 10 Keynote – The Next Chapter (direct link)

 

I also came across this article containing a short story with a taste of what a world with holograms could be like:

Enjoy

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: HoloLens, Microsoft, News Tagged: General, HoloLens, News

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February 2, 2015 · WinthropDC · No Comments
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