Microsoft Center for Information Work

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Microsoft Center for Information Work

The main conference room in the Center for Information Work features a networked projector by Sony, a RingCam and Tablet PCs from Hewlett Packard. Microsoft photo.

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Microsoft Center for Information Work - Microsoft CIW wraparound workstation

Microsoft engineers are using this type of hardware design to develop software designs intended to make information workers more productive. (Microsoft photo)

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Microsoft Center for Information Work - Microsoft CIW multiple-display workstation

Microsofts CIW demonstrates work on multiple display environments for desktop users. Multiple screens allow multitaskers to keep more applications running unobstructed, and positioned based on priority. (Microsoft photo)

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Microsoft Center for Information Work - In-Vehicle Computing at Microsoft\s CIW

The dashboard of a truck has been made into a mobile workstation to demonstrate how Tablet PCs, mobile software and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags can help streamline business processes, enable real-time decision-making, and keep information w

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Microsoft Center for Information Work - Factory Worker Computing at Microsoft\s CIW

A simulated factory setting at Microsofts Center for Information Work demonstrates how wireless Tablet PCs can be used in a manufacturing environment(Microsoft photo).

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