Microsoft Hosts SL’s first ‘Windows 10 Device Day’ with Intel
Microsoft and Intel recently collaborated to host ‘Windows 10 Device Day 2016’, the first-of-its kind event in Sri Lanka which offered an insight into the latest technologies from Microsoft, powerful characteristics of Intel’s 6th generation Intel ® Core ™ processors and the latest devices from Microsoft’s hardware partners.
The event was held recently at the Park Street Mews with the participation of over 100 Microsoft partners. The event was themed around digital transformation and mobility, following the structure of Microsoft’s three pillars- Cloud Productivity and Business Processes, Cloud and Data Platform and Windows 10 devices.
It also showcased the strengthened synergy between Microsoft and Intel, which opened up new avenues in integrated technology capabilities with the release of Windows 10 last year.
“We are excited about the possibilities Windows 10 is bringing with unmatched graphics and security. The new innovation delivered by Windows 10, alongside 6th Generation Intel® CoreTM processors, and our OEM partners is incredible. We expect our enterprise and non-enterprise customers to embrace an innovative path forward and experience the best Windows version so far from Microsoft,” commented Brian Kealey- Microsoft country manager for Sri Lanka and Maldives.
Speaking at the event, Hammad Rajjoub, Enterprise Mobility and Devices Lead for Microsoft Asia said, Windows 10 is a worthy business investment as it protects against modern security threats, encourages innovation more and increases productivity with a range of Windows 10 supported devices from its OEM partners.