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Courtney Taylor - Product Marketing Coordinator

Courtney Taylor

Courtney is a Product Marketing Coordinator for Microsoft products at Connection. She has over 6 years of experience in marketing communications and project management.  In her free time, Courtney’s hobbies include graphic design, music, and spending time with her family.

Articles by Courtney Taylor


Microsoft Windows 10 in the Office

Microsoft Makes the Move to Windows 10

Virtual Assistant Cortana Is the Killer Feature

by Courtney Taylor | 06.11.15

Microsoft is slotted to release Windows 10 this summer— July 29th. Many people are skeptical of their ambition to create an OS that will function seamlessly across all platforms and devices, especially due to the criticism they received over Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Microsoft tried to deliver 8 and 8.1 in the same fashion, and I think it’s safe to say that they weren’t exactly successful. The OS itself was laid out very nicely, but is without a doubt optimized for touch devices; trying to navigate the tiles on a non-touch device or even trying to figure out how to shut the device down proved to be a frustrating task (even I’m guilty of not being able to find the darn button!) So what makes Windows 10 different? Read on to find out.

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Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

Why It’s Not Just for Big Business

by Courtney Taylor | 11.20.14

Cloud computing can seem overwhelming. Recently, I had a conversation with a gentleman while waiting for takeout at a local Chinese restaurant. Our conversation started with the weather, then our kids, before it progressed to our line of work. He revealed that he owned a small, abstract, architectural firm. It’s here, where I found myself talking about how great the cloud was. It was pretty apparent he didn’t understand why I wanted to tell him about the cloud and all its advantages.

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