The one thing that sticks out in any city be it in a developing country or an industrialized country is traffic jam. More cars are coming onto the roads than there are new roads constructions or expansion. Traffic just seem to be getting longer and longer (slower and slower) over the year.
There is no doubt that we lose a lot of man-hours driving to and from work. Hours that if could be saved for hours will lead to a higher work turnover. But all is not lost, at least not if Microsoft and BMW have their way.
The two companies have partnered to bring you Skype for Business right to your dashboard on the new BMW 5 series. So the next time you are stuck in traffic, and you are running late for a meeting, you can just join everyone for the meeting albeit virtually.
Microsoft announced its partnering with BMW last year on the automaker’s BMW Connected app for iOS devices powered by Azure. In a nutshell, the BMW Connected app is a smart, personalized assistant that learns your mobility patterns and car usage and optimizes …read more