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Company Overview of Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd
Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd, a division of Microsoft Corporation, develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports software products for a multitude of computing devices. Microsoft software includes operating systems for servers, personal computers (PCs) and intelligent devices, server applications for client and server environments, knowledge worker productivity applications, and software development tools. The company's online services include MSN network of Internet products and services and alliances with companies involved with broadband access and various forms of digital interactivity. Microsoft also licenses consumer software programs, sells hardware devices, provides consulting services,...
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Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd Key Developments
Microsoft Japan Announces Resignation of Takashi Sensui as Interactive Entertainment Business General Manager
Dec 1 14
Takashi Sensui resigned on November 30 as 'interactive entertainment business general manager' at Microsoft Japan, but he will keep working in the games business at the US head office. Microsoft announced Sensui's position would not be replaced, and added that his transfer was unrelated to sagging Xbox sales. Sensui was promoted to head Japan's Xbox division in 2006 but sales have badly trailed those of Sony's PlayStation and Nintendo's Wii consoles.
CTCSP Corporation Enters into Agreement with Hewlett-Packard Japan, Ltd. and Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd. to Sell Mobile Thin Client Products
Apr 10 14
CTCSP Corporation has reached an agreement with Hewlett-Packard Japan Ltd. and with Microsoft Japan Co. Ltd. to sell mobile thin client products. These products will feature Windows Embedded OS running on mobile devices from Hewlett-Packard Japan. CTCSP Corporation will commence sales of and maintenance support for the mobile thin clients that enable customization, such as the introduction of the pinching to zoom function on the screen and other specific applications as well as screen customization. These are thin client products with Windows Embedded OS in the category of tablets and laptops with 17-inch and larger screens. The sales target for the initial year, including those from incidental virtual servers and peripheral solutions, is set at one billion yen. In an attempt to meet customers needs, CTCSP will be launching sales of and maintenance support for mobile thin clients embedded with Windows Embedded OS customized to different HP-branded mobile devices. These mobile thin clients let users customize the operating system, authentication, peripheral devices, and other features according to their operations. They are the mobile thin clients that provide user customizability according to their needs with functions and applications for pinching to zoom on the tablet screen based on CTCSP's original technology, in biometrics, cards and one-time authentication systems, and in the management of USB devices that is difficult in the thin client environment. The mechanism of Windows Embedded OS that leaves no data on thin client devicesThe device is equipped with a read-only SSD memory. Windows Embedded OS provides a write protection function to ensure that no data are left on the device. The mechanism of Windows Embedded OS that enables customization of mobile thin clientsWith the use of CTCSP's original technology, the write protection filter has been customized. This has paved the way for optimization suited to users operations, for example, permission of printouts only from a printer that is normally used and for incorporation of a biometric authentication application.
Toshiba Corporation and Toshiba Group Partner with KDDI Corporation and Microsoft Japan Co. Ltd. for Microsoft Lync
Feb 10 14
KDDI Corporation and Microsoft Japan Co. Ltd., or MSJ, have announced that Toshiba Corporation and the Toshiba Group have adopted the Microsoft Lync unified communications system for their new communications platform. Microsoft Lync is a communications platform provided by MSJ that is capable of using a platform that unifies voice and video calls, presence information and online meetings, and is built on KDDI's Cloud Platform Service.
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