Items Tagged with 'Microsoft'

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Feyen Zylstra aims to stay ahead of Industry 4.0 curve

Firm is implementing new technology in robotics, other sectors to increase safety and improve efficiency.

November 8, 2019
Feyen Zylstra’s industrial tech team is taking the guesswork out of Industry 4.0 technology while many of its manufacturing clients still are getting their feet wet. Read More

Buyback program reduces e-waste

Tech Defenders compensates K-12 schools by purchasing outdated electronics.

August 2, 2019
Many K-12 schools do not have a plan for their old and retired electronic devices, but Grand Rapids-based Tech Defenders does. Read More

Fixing Michigan’s roads is not enough

September 21, 2018
If there is one issue that both candidates for governor seem to agree on it is that fixing the roads is a top priority. Read More

Ford drives City of Tomorrow Challenge into Grand Rapids

June 27, 2018
A new public-private partnership is aiming to engage the public to improve Grand Rapids’ transit infrastructure. Read More

Furniture maker partners with Microsoft

March 6, 2017
A local furniture maker has announced a new partnership with Microsoft. Read More

Office 365: The business tools

August 23, 2016
Most are aware that you can obtain the latest Microsoft Office suite by subscribing to Office 365, but what does it do exactly? Take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the new tools from 365 that could transform the way you do business. Read More

Microsoft no longer supporting Windows 2003 beginning next month

Local tech firm says businesses still using the outdated system have a couple of options.

June 26, 2015
If your business is still using Windows 2003, it’s long past time for an upgrade, and soon you’ll really have no choice. The software has simply reached the end of its lifecycle. Read More

Is there really a difference between mobile platforms?

December 10, 2012
I am often asked to weigh in on the mobility wars by friends who know of my tech background. It's easy to stumble into a lively discussion these days on the highly subjective merits of Apple, Android and Microsoft mobile phones and tablets, especially since Microsoft just spiced up the game by introducing a new wave of devices. Read More