Some weeks after the general availability of Windows 8 and the celebration of the launch of the OS in New York, there were some stories the developers might want to share from business that are leveraging the platform to develop apps to innovate their business and improve the experience for customers and employees. It may seem that upgrading PCs to Windows 8 may be the must but the businesses can also use the backported technologies from Windows 8 as well on Windows 7 computers. This may be where they may start developing their apps for Windows 8 but then the development can’t continue even further without the Windows 8 devices for product testing. The apps may have the respective target audiences including the ones for businesses so be sure to check out the Windows Store to see which business apps are suitable. There won’t be explanations about the apps here as I may be interested in more technical stuffs.