The Autumn 2021 issue of the newly named Technology Record is out now and available to view free of charge in digital format.
The tweak to our title (previously The Record) is designed to align our printed and digital output and make it easier for you to find the content you can trust, in print, on the web and across social media. The magazine continues to be full of exclusive insights from experts working on the implementation of Microsoft technology solutions at enterprise organisations. We hear from executives at Microsoft, its partner businesses and their customers.
The shifts in perspective caused by the past two years have extended beyond business continuity to encompass broader concerns about our collective impact on the planet. In our cover story, we ask Microsoft’s global industry product market lead Kees Hertogh how the firm’s new Industry Cloud platforms are helping business to reach their sustainability goals.
Continuing the theme of sustainability, our conversation with Microsoft’s Simon Crownshaw explores the ways in which cloud technology is helping the broadcasting and gaming industries to deliver diverse, highly personalised services whilst also powering new strategies that will help them achieve carbon-negative operations.
Elsewhere in the magazine we continue our series of articles showcasing the role of mixed reality in the enterprise and public sectors. We hear about the innovation that HoloLens is driving in healthcare from Microsoft’s North America mixed reality sales lead Rody Senner, and global healthcare lead and chief medical officer David Rhew.
The magazine has come to feature the views of a wealth of thought leaders from Microsoft and this issue is no exception. We talk with Rodney Clark, the recently appointed head of Microsoft’s partner channel, about his career journey, his plans for the year ahead and the role Microsoft’s ecosystem of partners will play in successfully delivering upon that strategy.
As always, you’ll also find the usual blend of features, case studies, news articles and perspectives from a compelling collection of contributors.
We hope you enjoy the read.
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