Theophilus London and Bing in collaboration unveiling the next phase of the “Bing is for Doing” campaign, where Bing will be highlighting stories of musicians over the coming weeks – first up is Theophilus and how he is creating and inspiring.
In this video, which’ll “appear in different lengths online and in movie theaters, Theophilus shares why he is not an overnight sensation, how important individuality is to him, and why he wants to inspire people to be better,” Bing infomrs.
London, a songwriter, rapper, and designer has performed at several Bing- hosted events and “following his widely buzzed about performance at the Bing Bar at the Sundance Film Festival, we are currently sponsoring his upcoming album, a collection of remixes of Timez are Weird These Days tracks,” Bing mentions.
In other, Bing new, “Microsoft Single View Platform” (SVP), a Bing Maps government solution helps decision makers take action quicker on information that is relevant and often time sensitive by simplifying complex data and information into an easy-to-use system for all types of government workers and roles.
“Using a broad suite of Microsoft products, this solution is easy to implement and cost-effective, and will fit nicely into the software investments many government agencies already license today. With so much data having a location component, Microsoft Bing Maps adds the critical visualization layer to SVP resulting in increased situational awareness for employees and more informed decision making and reporting. With Single View Platform, workers can easily see the information that matters to them in a simple-to-consume visual way,” explains bing.
To learn more, read case studies, and watch demos, visit Microsoft Single View Platform.