LSE Alumni are Invited to a Tour of the Microsoft Center for Information Work

   
 

"The Microsoft Center for Information Work (CIW) showcases the evolving vision for the future of information work."

 

All LSE alumni and friends are invited on a tour of Microsoft Center for Information Work (CIW) on Thursday, October 22nd at 8:00 am.

The CIW is located inside the Executive Briefing Center, on the West side of Building 33, located on NE 36th Way in Redmond, WA. Please use the EBC main entrance on 159th Avenue-look for the 3 flag poles.

Guests should check in with the EBC receptionist upon arrival. Please be on time. Tours begin promptly.

CIW showcases the next generation of technology that will be in place at work. In this tour we will find out how this technology will improve our work in the years to come.

For questions and to RSVP, please email
seattle@aflse.org.


Located on Microsoft Corp.'s Redmond, Wash., campus, the Microsoft Center for Information Work (CIW) showcases the company’s evolving vision for the future of information work by demonstrating innovative productivity software that will make this vision real for customers and organizations in five to seven years. It features future software developments that solve real customer problems and improve productivity. In this immersive setting of the CIW, visitors become part of a fictitious company and work individually as well as collaboratively to resolve business process challenges. Through the experience of using prototype technologies demonstrated in the CIW, customers emerge with an in-depth sense of how future software could help empower information workers in areas such as individual productivity, business intelligence, team collaboration and workflows.

 



AFLSE Seattle: Tour of Microsoft Center for Information Work
Thursday, 10/22/09 at 8:00am

LSE alumni are invited to a tour of the Microsoft Center for Information Work.

All LSE alumni and friends are invited.

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