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BlackBerry and Microsoft partner to empower the mobile workforce

Companies deliver seamless Mobile App experience and policy compliance; BlackBerry Secure platform now available on Azure

WATERLOO, ONTARIO and REDMOND, Wash. – March 19, 2018 BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) and Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) today announced a strategic partnership to offer enterprises a solution that integrates BlackBerry’s expertise in mobility and security with Microsoft’s unmatched cloud and productivity products.

BlackBerry logoThrough this partnership, the companies have collaborated on a first-of-its-kind solution: BlackBerry Enterprise BRIDGE. This technology provides a highly-secure way for their joint customers – the world’s largest banks, healthcare providers, law firms, and central governments – to seamlessly use native Microsoft mobile apps from within BlackBerry Dynamics.

By making Microsoft’s mobile apps seamlessly available from within BlackBerry Dynamics, enterprise users will now have a consistent experience when opening, editing, and saving a Microsoft Office 365 file such as Excel, PowerPoint, and Word on any iOS® or Android™ device. This enables users to work anytime, anyplace, with rich file fidelity. At the same time, corporate IT departments benefit from a greater return on their existing investments, and added assurance that their company’s data and privacy is secured to the highest standards and in compliance with corporate and regulatory policies.

“BlackBerry has always led the market with new and innovative ways to protect corporate data on mobile devices,” said Carl Wiese, president of Global Sales at BlackBerry. “We saw a need for a hyper-secure way for our joint customers to use native Office 365 mobile apps. BlackBerry Enterprise BRIDGE addresses this need and is a great example of how BlackBerry and Microsoft continue to securely enable workforces to be highly productive in today’s connected world.”

Microsoft logo“In an era when digital technology is driving rapid transformation, customers are looking for a trusted partner,” said Judson Althoff, executive vice president of Worldwide Commercial Business at Microsoft. “Our customers choose Microsoft 365 for productivity and collaboration tools that deliver continuous innovation, and do so securely. Together with BlackBerry, we will take this to the next level and provide enterprises with a new standard for secure productivity.”

“Along with a number of our peers in the Financial Services industry, we see strategic partnerships like this one as key to enhancing and bringing new products to market,” said George Sherman, Managing Director, CIO Global Technology Infrastructure, JPMorgan Chase. “This partnership will help create a more seamless mobile experience for end-users, which is a top priority for us at JPMorgan Chase.”

Lastly, the companies shared that the BlackBerry Secure platform for connecting people, devices, processes and systems, has been integrated with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Specifically, BlackBerry UEM Cloud, BlackBerry Workspaces, BlackBerry Dynamics, and BlackBerry AtHoc are now available on Azure.

To learn more, please visit  BlackBerry.com.

About Microsoft

Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT” @microsoft) is the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.

About BlackBerry

BlackBerry is a cybersecurity software and services company dedicated to securing the Enterprise of Things. Based in Waterloo, Ontario, the company was founded in 1984 and operates in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Middle East, Latin America and Africa. The Company trades under the ticker symbol “BB” on the Toronto Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange. For more information, visit www.BlackBerry.com.

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Introducing the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Xbox One X Edition for Forza Motorsport 7

Forza Motorsport 7 fans, get ready to experience a new level of power and performance with the launch of the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Xbox One X Edition which is a free gift for all players. The specially designed F-150 joins the lineup of more than 700 cars in the game which showcases 60 frames per second racing on all Xbox One platforms and native 4K support on Xbox One X. With a custom livery based on Xbox One X’s codename “Project Scorpio” and numerous performance-minded upgrades, this Raptor is ready to intimidate all opponents in Forza Motorsport 7.

Longtime Forza fans know that Xbox and Ford have enjoyed a long and fruitful partnership over the years. It’s hard not to miss Ford vehicles on the cover of recent Forza games, including the Ford GT on the cover of Forza Motorsport 6 and the Ford F-150 Raptor race truck leaping into action on the cover of Forza Horizon 3. That Ford partnership is more than just skin deep, too. Did you know that Ford features more cars in Forza Motorsport 7 than any other manufacturer in the game?

As for the F-150 Xbox One X Edition, that story began with Ford Performance’s announcement of the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor at the 2015 North American International Auto Show. Later in the year, Ford Performance saw success in the Raptor race truck at the Baja 1000, finishing third. This success led to the debut of the truck at the 2017 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Manufacturer’s Association) show in Las Vegas, where over-the-top custom vehicles are king and the Xbox One X Edition Ford F-150 fit right in.

While the truck is significantly taller than stock – over 93 inches tall (2.3 meters) on 38 inch BF Goodrich Krawler T/A tires – the team behind the Xbox One X Raptor still wanted it to retain the race truck’s Baja-tested performance characteristics. The Raptor’s livery was designed by illustrator Hydro74 and features a stylized “Project Scorpio” scorpion motif. Look closely and you can see that the scorpion’s body includes many details from Xbox One X, including the thumb sticks, d-pad, and ABXY buttons.

Starting today, Forza Motorsport 7 can download the free Xbox One X Raptor from their Forza Motorsport 7 Message Center, as well as download a Ford F-150 Raptor Xbox One X Edition Windows 10 Theme set in the Microsoft Store. In addition, we’ve got a new Rivals event available today in the Featured Event channel, starring the Raptor. Look for the “Delivering the Sting” event and set your best time on the leaderboard. Can you tame the power of the Xbox One X Raptor?

February Forza Events

Looking forward to the next four weeks, Forza Motorsport 7 players can expect for a great month of fun in February. First up, the next content update and car pack will launch in Forza Motorsport 7 on February 19th; look for more details as we get closer to launch. February will also see new events arriving in the game. In addition to a new Bounty Hunter event starring Turn 10 Studio Manager Alan Hartman, we’ll be launching a new event featuring a twist on the traditional Rivals format. All that, plus the arrival of new Driver Gear celebrating the Winter Olympics, the Lunar New Year, and more.

Finally, Forza fans can look forward to the official announcement of our Forza Racing Championship plans this month. Look for details on schedule, format, and more in the coming weeks.

Curb stress from Exchange Server updates with these pointers

systems. In my experience as a consultant, I find that few organizations have a reliable method to execute Exchange Server updates.

This tip outlines the proper procedures for patching Exchange that can prevent some of the upheaval associated with a disruption on the messaging platform.

How often should I patch Exchange?

In a perfect world, administrators would apply patches as soon as Microsoft releases them. This doesn’t happen for a number of reasons.

Microsoft has released patches and updates for both Exchange and Windows Server that cause trouble on those systems. Many IT departments have long memories, and they will let the bad feelings keep them from staying current with Exchange Server updates. This is detrimental to the health of Exchange and should be avoided. With proper planning, updates can and should be run on Exchange Server on a regular schedule.

Another wrinkle in the update process is Microsoft releases Cumulative Updates (CUs) for Exchange Server on a quarterly schedule. CUs are updates that feature functionality enhancements for the application.

With proper planning, updates can and should be run on Exchange Server on a regular schedule.

Microsoft plans to release one CU for Exchange 2013 and 2016 each quarter, but they do not provide a set release date. The CUs may be released on the first day of one quarter, and then on the last day of the next.

Rollup Updates (RUs) for Exchange 2010 are also released quarterly. An RU is a package that contains multiple security fixes, while a CU is a complete server build.

For Exchange 2013 and 2016, Microsoft supports the current and previous CU. When admins call Microsoft for a support case, the company will ask them to update Exchange Server to at least the N-1 CU — where N is the latest CU, N-1 refers to the previous CU — before they begin work on the issue. An organization that prefers to stay on older CUs limits its support options.

Because CUs are the full build of Exchange 2013/2016, administrators can deploy a new Exchange Server from the most recent CU. For existing Exchange Servers, using a new CU for that version to update it should work without issue.

Microsoft only tests a new CU deployment with the last two CUs, but I have never had an issue with an upgrade with multiple missed CUs. The only problems I have seen when a large number of CUs were skipped had to do with the prerequisites for Exchange, not Exchange itself.

Microsoft releases Windows Server patches on the second Tuesday of every month. As many administrators know, some of these updates can affect how Exchange operates. There is no set schedule for other updates, such as .NET. I recommend a quarterly update schedule for Exchange.

How can I curb issues from Exchange Server updates?

As every IT department is different, so is every Exchange deployment. There is no single update process that works for every organization, but these guidelines can reduce problems with Exchange Server patching. Even if the company has an established patching process, if it’s missing some of the advice outlined below, then it might be a good idea to review that method.

  • Back up Exchange servers before applying patches. This might be common sense for most administrators, but I have found it is often overlooked. If a patch causes a critical failure, a recent backup is the key to the recovery effort. Some might argue that there are Exchange configurations — such as Exchange Preferred Architecture — that do not require this, but a backup provides some reassurance if a patch breaks the system.
  • Measure the performance baseline before an update. How would you know if the CPU cycles on the Exchange Server are too high after an update if this metric hasn’t been tracked? The Managed Availability feature records performance data by default on Exchange 2013 and 2016 servers, but Exchange administrators should review server performance regularly to establish an understanding of normal server behavior.
  • Test patches in a lab that resembles production. When a new Exchange CU arrives, it has been through extensive testing. Microsoft deploys updates to Office 365 long before they are publicly available. After that, Microsoft gives the CUs to its MVP community and select organizations in its testing programs. This vetting process helps catch the vast majority of bugs before CUs go to the public, but some will slip through. To be safe, test patches in a lab that closely mirrors the production environment, with the same servers, firmware and network configuration.
  • Put Exchange Server into maintenance mode before patching: If the Exchange deployment consists of redundant servers, then put them in maintenance mode before the update process. Maintenance mode is a feature of Managed Availability that turns off monitoring on those servers during the patching window. There are a number of PowerShell scripts in the TechNet Gallery that help put servers into maintenance mode, which helps administrators streamline the application of Exchange Server updates.

Microsoft at the NRF Big Show: There’s nothing artificial about the real intelligence transforming retail – Transform

Here’s a small truth we can all recognize: The better experience a retailer gives us, the more we want such experiences everywhere we shop. If we don’t get that great treatment again, we’re a bit disappointed, maybe even peevish. We’ve been spoiled — and we want more spoiling.

The single most important factor in delighting the shopper is data – and more specifically, what retailers do with the volumes of data they have at their fingertips.

For example, we’ve come to expect that an online retailer will tell a shopper what people who looked at the same last three items finally ended up buying — a helpful and persuasive bit of information. But today’s intelligent retailers are using data not just for those anticipated recommendations, but also in new and surprising ways in physical environments.

An astute salesperson in a brick-and-mortar store might take note of a what a shopper has left in his online cart and, when that shopper visits the store, have those items – as well as others that are recommended based on his past purchase history – ready for trying on in a dressing room.

This week at the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) annual show in New York City, Microsoft’s emphasis is on data: what data retailers need, and how best to collect and analyze it. Happily, thanks in part to Microsoft Azure, as well as AI and Internet of Things (IoT) cloud services, wrangling data is becoming increasingly easy and inexpensive for retailers of all sizes.

Armed with the right data, brick-and-mortar stores can more easily offer world-class service that seamlessly spans online and in-person, too. Data-driven control over the supply chain can help maintain just the right levels of inventory. Data can help a store quickly stock items that will sell well because of weather or local events. Knowing a customer’s buying and browsing histories enables helpful purchase suggestions and increases opportunities for upselling.

Here are some examples of retailers innovating with Microsoft technology to make creative use of data, thus winning customers’ hearts, minds and dollars. All are on display in Microsoft’s booth at NRF.

Providing new and personalized experiences

Grocery chain Kroger is collaborating with Microsoft and others to create EDGE (Enhanced Display for Grocery Environment), a grocery-store shelf with a tall vertical front surface that’s a video screen displaying prices, nutritional and allergy information, videos, or other images or data that might boost sales. EDGE relies on Azure to store and process volumes of data.

Connected to both store management and customers by Zigbee, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, EDGE monitors quantities to ensure stock doesn’t run low. Prices can be set systemically and changed quickly for flash promotions. EDGE can even be programmed to offer sale prices to customers as they pass by, if they’ve indicated they’re interested in a given product and have downloaded an associated app. Now being tested in about 20 Kroger stores, EDGE is set for wider roll-out in 2018.

Ensuring an agile supply chain and empowering employees with omnichannel insight

What’s warm, fuzzy and backed by hidden Microsoft technology? A custom-made stuffed deer, bear, monkey or rabbit from Build-A-Bear Workshop.

Until recently, the global company was using siloed systems that required IT efforts to provide company-wide views of key metrics. Now Dynamics 365 is helping the company build a sturdy, unified IT foundation that will allow for future innovation.

For example, moving forward – and with the customer relationship management capabilities of Dynamics 365 as the foundation – Build-A-Bear is looking to empower its store employees with Microsoft 365, which will provide them with easier access to training, sales metrics and information to assist in offering the best customer experience possible. All of this will help them focus on doing what Build-A-Bear does best: making kids (and their parents) happy.

Home-improvement chain Lowe’s worked with Silicon Valley-based Fellow Robots to deploy LoweBots, five-foot-tall autonomous robots powered by Microsoft Azure that scan shelf inventory and assist store personnel with inventory data, metrics and shelf intelligence.

Microsoft’s Azure cloud services come into play when processing the massive amount of data that a LoweBot generates while it scans inventory on the shelves. The bot takes high-resolution images and identifies which items are out of stock, misplaced or mislabeled. By keeping constant tabs on inventory, the robot frees store employees to aid customers, and empowers corporate employees to make better and faster decisions when it comes to inventory.

Currently LoweBots are deployed in Lowe’s and BevMo Bay Area stores, but in wider use, its inventorying skills could cut into the $70 billion that U.S. businesses spend each year on inventory management tasks.

Empowering employees with technology

Retail giant Macy’s relies on its Macy’s Technology team to provide in-store systems, e-commerce sites, mobile apps and internal tools that foster innovation and employee engagement to attract top talent and boost productivity. Macy’s uses insights from Microsoft Workplace Analytics and MyAnalytics to help build a culture that focuses on how employees choose to spend their time.

This improved understanding of workplace behaviors allows managers and employees to  free up time for creativity and innovation with practices like blocking out focus time and optimizing time in meetings.

Innovating to re-imagine the shopping experience

In a major innovation, software developer Xenia Retail has teamed with electronics giant Philips on a showroom/warehouse-model shopping experience designed to eliminate shopping carts and speed check-out, while allowing retailers to re-imagine what their physical footprint looks like for customers.

Rather than removing an item from the shelf and putting it into the cart, the shopper signals intent to buy by holding his phone up to a product to unveil digital value – such as crowd-sourced reviews and complimentary products – and select the quantity, color or size desired. Check-out is virtually instantaneous and can be completed in the app or via self-checkout on a secure payment terminal.

As carts are built and transacted in the digital realm, orders are picked and packed in real-time by team members in the back warehouse, and fulfilled according to the shopper’s preference. In doing so, retailers can optimize and reduce front-of-house operations to better focus on warehousing and online fulfillments as ecommerce continues to grow.

Xenia is based on Windows and runs on Azure. The company is integrating Power BI, Dynamics 365 and Outlook into its offerings.

To see and interact with these innovations, visit the Microsoft booth (#2803) at the NRF Big Show, and plan to attend our session to hear first-hand from these and other customers who are transforming their customer experiences, operations, employee engagement and products with intelligent technologies.

Robot Avatars Help Sick Children Stay Connected With Schoolmates Using IoT – Internet of Things

When a child facing a long hospital stay must be pulled out of school, the experience of being away from friends and classmates can lead to feelings of isolation and sadness. As school rhythms go on normally for others, the missing student may become a “ghost child” — out of sight and out of mind. And even when they’re healthy enough to return to school, children who’ve missed six or more months of school due to illness often don’t want to go back, fearing they’ve fallen too far behind and may no longer fit in.

But thanks to an elegant little robot, Microsoft Azure and the Internet of Things (IoT), sick children now have a way to be “present” at school, interacting in real time with their teachers and classmates.

The robot, from Avatarion Technology, is designed for children ages 4 to 12 and serves as a child’s 3-D avatar — a physical presence in the classroom that bears the child’s name and sits in the child’s place. Using interactive video communication and remotely controlled movements, the robot becomes the sick child’s eyes, ears and voice at school.

Miles away, at the hospital, the child uses a tablet computer to communicate, send images and control the robot’s movements. The robot’s integrated camera, microphone and speakers let the child see and hear what is going on in class and speak with the teacher and classmates. The software interface on the tablet includes buttons the child can use to communicate gestures and body language via the robot, such as nodding, shaking the head, standing or raising the robot’s hand. These physical movements enable the child to more actively participate alongside peers and feel included in activities in ways that wouldn’t be possible with a simple tablet or computer interface.

The teacher also has a tablet that connects via the robot and can share assignments, images and activity instructions with the child. An optional smart device mounted on the robot’s head enables two-way video communication when desired or can display an image, an emoticon that shares the child’s reaction to something or a message that indicates the child has gone away for a while. Medical staff at the hospital oversee the child’s use of the technology to ensure energy levels and health needs are managed appropriately.

Children in the classroom are naturally drawn to the friendly-looking — and undeniably cool — robot. Familiarity with the use of avatars in video games and the robot’s lifelike ambient movements make it even easier for classmates to adapt to seeing the bot as an avatar for their friend. Having the robot present among the absent child’s peers helps maintain social bonds while the classmate is away and smooths reintegration when the child returns to school. Having contact via the robot avatar also helps teachers keep the child in mind throughout a long absence and keeps teacher-student communication more natural in the classroom setting.

Behind the scenes, Microsoft Azure IoT Hub ties the whole system together, enabling Avatarion system administrators to connect and remotely maintain, update and manage multiple IoT robots and devices from the cloud. Because of the psychological nature of the robots serving as avatars for children, it’s essential that they remain securely up and running and be able to support live HD streaming for up to nine hours a day. IoT Hub telemetry monitors the status of the robots and controllers in the field, and, using Microsoft Stream Analytics along with a Power BI dashboard, the system flags potential issues and sends notifications, such as when a robot’s battery will need to be changed.

Avatarion is the brainchild of social entrepreneur Jean Christophe Gostanian, whose team worked with a child psychologist, a Japanese robot-maker and Microsoft’s Azure IoT team to create the solution. For the past two years, the robots have served as avatars for sick children in schools throughout Switzerland, and the company has plans to roll out the solution to schools, hospitals and children around the world.

As Gostanian and his team look to the future, they’ll continue to explore new ways to incorporate technologies, such as Microsoft HoloLens, to enable even finer control of the robot avatars. His dream is to see robots making lives better for sick children around the world — a dream that can be realized from anywhere, at any scale, thanks to Microsoft IoT.

Tags: Avatarion, Azure IoT Hub, Azure Stream Analytics, Power BI

Experience HDR and 4K with the Insects Demo Experience on Xbox One X

When you pick up your Xbox One X on November 7, you’ll experience many of the latest cutting-edge technology features that will be focused in gaming for years to come like 4K Ultra HD, High Dynamic Range, or HDR as it’s better known, as well as Spatial Audio. To help showcase these new features to you, even if you may not have the 4K display to run, we developed an interactive demo known as “Insects.”

Originally developed by the Xbox Advanced Technology Group for game developers, “Insects” was designed to help teams easily see and hear just how the dramatic the differences can be between the various technologies.

Over time, the team realized how fun and effective the experience was, and so we’re making it publicly available the same day that Xbox One X launches, on November 7 to be viewed on your console. “Insects” will be available to download from the Microsoft Store on your console.

If you don’t have an Xbox One X to experience this interactive demo, we have included a variety of screenshots here that showcase all the elements of the video to give you a sense of what features like HDR and 4K bring to your games.

On Xbox One X, the beauty of “Insects” is the option to toggle between the various formats. Once you’ve completed the initial Guided Tour, you can, at any time, turn 4K on or off, as well as HDR and Spatial Audio. You can also pause the experience and zoom in on various elements.

Better yet, you can even change the time of day and alter the colors of the ladybug and flowers, all while toggling 4K, HDR, and Spatial Audio on or off to your heart’s delight. Also, if you download Insects on an Xbox One X and display it on a 1080p display, switching 4K mode on and off will showcase super-sampling in all its beauty.

If you really want to dig into the details, you can even use Pixel Highlighting to show you what areas of the scene are being affected by HDR or Wide Color Gamut. We think you’ll find it remarkable to see the detail pop into focus when you turn 4K back on, or see the range of detail and color when you do the same with HDR. Our personal favorite is switching HDR on and off at night and looking at the moon. It’s such a simple, but great illustration of the technology.

We hope you enjoy the “Insects” demo experience on Xbox One X and we can’t wait for you to feel true power when the world’s most powerful console launches on November 7.

For Sale – Custom PC for sale – Now splitting

I am selling my personal PC, built over the years with over 12 years experience, so you can buy with confidence. I have got all the original boxes.
The AIO, Case and PSU is less than one year old.

I am selling due to moving to a laptop
Specification is,

i5 4670K – £110
Corsair H115I AIO – £90
G1.Sniper M5 Intel Z87 – £75
16GB Kingston RAM – £55
840 250GB SSD – £45
Fractal Design Define R5 – £70
Corsair HXi 750W – £100

I can also deliver/meet half way if you would like, although I work during the week time is very limited.

Regards
Dan

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For Sale – Custom PC for sale – Now splitting

I am selling my personal PC, built over the years with over 12 years experience, so you can buy with confidence. I have got all the original boxes.
The AIO, Case and PSU is less than one year old.

I am selling due to moving to a laptop
Specification is,

i5 4670K – £110
Corsair H115I AIO – £90
G1.Sniper M5 Intel Z87 – £75
16GB Kingston RAM – £55
840 250GB SSD – £45
Fractal Design Define R5 – £70
Corsair HXi 750W – £100

I can also deliver/meet half way if you would like, although I work during the week time is very limited.

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Dan

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For Sale – Custom PC for sale – Now splitting

I am selling my personal PC, built over the years with over 12 years experience, so you can buy with confidence. I have got all the original boxes.
The AIO, Case and PSU is less than one year old.

I am selling due to moving to a laptop
Specification is,

i5 4670K – £110
Corsair H115I AIO – £90
G1.Sniper M5 Intel Z87 – £75
16GB Kingston RAM – £55
840 250GB SSD – £45
Fractal Design Define R5 – £70
Corsair HXi 750W – £100

I can also deliver/meet half way if you would like, although I work during the week time is very limited.

Regards
Dan

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For Sale – Custom PC for sale – Now splitting

I am selling my personal PC, built over the years with over 12 years experience, so you can buy with confidence. I have got all the original boxes.
The AIO, Case and PSU is less than one year old.

I am selling due to moving to a laptop
Specification is,

i5 4670K – £110
Corsair H115I AIO – £90
G1.Sniper M5 Intel Z87 – £75
16GB Kingston RAM – £55
840 250GB SSD – £45
Fractal Design Define R5 – £70
Corsair HXi 750W – £100

I can also deliver/meet half way if you would like, although I work during the week time is very limited.

Regards
Dan

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Delivery: Yes available
Payment method: BT
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