Microsoft honored with 2015 Access Award from American Foundation for the Blind

Microsoft is among the companies that will be honored with a 2015 Access Award by the American Foundation for the Blind, a national nonprofit organization whose priorities include broadening access to technology.

“Microsoft has made huge efforts to advance accessibility in computing by increasing access to the popular Window-Eyes screen reader and by supporting the needs of customers with disabilities through a dedicated technical support service,” the organization says in a press release.

The Access Award is given to companies that have a commitment to innovation and access for all.

To learn more, read the press release.

Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff

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