The Autumn 2015 issue of OnWindows magazine is out now!

Lindsay James
Lindsay James
By Lindsay James on 01 October 2015
The Autumn 2015 issue of OnWindows magazine is out now!

The Autumn 2015 issue of OnWindows magazine is out now, and available free of charge in digital format. Visit the OnWindows magazine page to read it online, or download a copy to your device.

In this issue, our cover story looks at how today’s most successful businesses are using big data and analytics to gain competitive advantage. With comment from Joseph Sirosh, corporate vice president for machine learning at Microsoft, we find out about the challenges facing enterprise businesses the world over when it comes to managing and analysing their data. We also discover how Microsoft’s new Cortana Analytics Suite can help.

This big data theme resonates throughout the magazine. Hear from Temenos’s Dharmesh Mistry on how banks are leveraging data to their advantage. Microsoft’s Rupesh Khendry explains how Cortana Analytics can work in three different scenarios. We also hear how smart cities leverage big data and hear how one of Germany’s biggest mobile network operators is tapping into the power of big data with Microsoft BI.

We also feature some exclusive interviews in this issue. Bruno Latchague, Dassault Systèmes’ senior executive vice president, charts the organisation’s rapid transition into a 3DEXPERIENCE company and explains its future expansion plans. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s Jennifer Byrne tells us how the public sector can build trust in the cloud. And Microsoft’s Johan Norvik explains how telecommunications companies are reassessing their business models to great effect.

Elsewhere in the magazine, you can read about how Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit is poised to tackle cybersecurity. And hear from BIAN’s Hans Tesselaar about the progress the banking standards association is making to develop the most complete banking industry framework. Plus, there’s the usual technology implementations, executive insight and much more!

We hope you enjoy the magazine and welcome your feedback.



 

 

 

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