The Big Picture - Microsoft
Microsoft has been working on the future, researching new ways and possibilities to do things. Microsoft has unveiled the release of The Big Picture. What does it mean for us? A whole new host of possibilities that some may never have thought of in our generation.
At first sight, Microsoft has really said much about it. They mainly speak about the pure awesomeness of their technology. How it will revolutionise our lives.
The Big Picture will transform the way we compute, work, play and converse. The way their system works is by collating many of their existing technologies, including a few new ones, to create The Big Picture.
The Big Picture will also be affecting the Corporate world with technologies that will assist in social media management and server management. Home consumers aren't left behind either, it'll be far easier for people to sync, manage and listen to their enormous libraries of content.
Students well incorporated into The Big Picture. Microsoft claims that they also have solutions to assist homework and study.
Microsoft is working with a host of companies to really lift it off the ground: They include HP, Dell, Acer, Asus, Samsung, Toshiba, Lenovo and Sony. I see great promise for The Big Picture.
Cloud is 'the new thing', that has been around for years, thus Microsoft has included cloud abilities in their new suites of tools. It's absolutely essential that the Cloud is included, it's the future and, from looking at The Big Picture, it is necessary. Sorry for all the Cloud haters, I personally don't mind it but am not an avid fan.
The Big Picture has solutions for everyone: Financial Services (Helps manage financial, especially in economic downturns), Communication (helping organisations and individuals commute), Retail (allowing retailers manage their inventory and databases), Health (improving health systems and their business aspects) , Education (enriching the learning experience of people and provide quality education tools), Professional Services (equipping professional from all fields), Government Performance Management (improving the ways government work and interact), Government Situation Awareness (manage the armed forces of nations and know the stats and analytical data), Government Intelligence Awareness (easy access to intelligence databases and better improving their communication), Government Public Finance (better improving the manage of public finance and using it appropriately), Manufacturing (allowing manufactures manage their factories and workline). The Big Picture has something for everyone.
Microsoft is adamant to say that this is the future and The Big Picture is change. For more info, there are conference and seminars held around the world; equipping you for the future.