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At the Microsoft Ignite tech conference, CEO Satya Nadella shows off mixed reality's benefits for collaboration and security.
The company's big IT conference in Orlando is brimming with news about enterprise-level products.
What features are most important? How much should you expect to spend? Could a tablet do the trick instead?
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We also chat about Fireball malware.
Terry Myerson, head of Microsoft's Windows and Devices group, introduces a new streamlined version of Windows designed for schools.
Promising a more stable and safe experience, the new version of its PC software will come with heavy restrictions.
The term "mixed reality" may not be as common as virtual reality or augmented reality, but Microsoft is hoping that will change.
This event is focused on affordable tech for schools and students, but can it also make Apple and Google nervous? Who knew education tech could be so exciting?
The tech giant is planning a renewed push into schools, aiming its Windows software and Surface tablets at kids as well as adults.
More than 1 billion Microsoft Office users were at risk from the exploit that let hackers hide malware in Word files.
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Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.