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Microsoft Brings Microsoft Technology Center to the Philippines

By Martin James David - on 29 Aug 2013, 1:59pm

Microsoft Brings Microsoft Technology Center to the Philippines

Hau Lu, APAC Microsoft Technology Center Architect, presented and demoed what Microsoft Technology Center can offer to companies and businesses to improve their work efficiency.

In line with its commitment to empower organizations with industry-leading innovations, Microsoft brought the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) here in the Philippines for the first time. The MTC facility in Singapore is one of several cutting edge facilities purposely built to showcase the different Microsoft and partner solutions at work. For the past years, MTC provides powerful demos of solutions enabling partners and users to have a first-hand experience of high-impact and latest innovations.

Part of the demo was the use of a Kinect for Windows that allowed gestures to control an app.

Aside from showcasing various technologies in action, the activity aims to help IT leaders and decision-makers envision and design tailor-fit solutions for the dynamics and needs of their organizations.

Key technology experts from Asia shared valuable insights on IT trends and how they impact businesses today. Some of the speakers include Chong Lee, Vu Le, Hau Lu, and Frank Yang. Chong Lee is the Microsoft Technology Director for Asia Pacific, and expert on data center operations and infrastructure security among others. Vu Le is a specialist on data management. Hau Lu is known for his expertise on business strategies through social collaboration and communications technology. Finally, Frank Yang is a specialist on IT operations and datacenter management.

“At Microsoft, we aim to empower enterprises in the country through our devices and services. With the world-class expertise delivered through the Microsoft Technology Center, companies here in the Philippines are able to experience and understand how they will be able to apply our solutions to their respective business environments,” said Deon Del Mundo, Enterprise Director of Microsoft Philippines.