At Microsoft we are all on Office Communications Server which makes for a great anti-virus experience. Yep it stops viruses spreading by allowing people to work at home when they feel they need to work to hit a deadline, but are really too ill to work in the office. This avoids spreading whatever lurgy they have to their workmates and customers.
It can also reduce accidents on icy-roads, and free up dads to spend more time with the kids (viz a viz the recent study on the state of child care in the UK).
Apparently it is also a really good piece of collaboration software and the new features in r2 (which launched yesterday) take this further:
* Blackberry client does not include Single Number Reach.
Eileen my manager is the official goddess on this, while I am usually the remote demo monkey for the events she does, but I am loving it especially while my wife is unwell this week with some horrible virus. The only problem is I maybe picking this up as I write this!
I’ve been browsing through my feeds today trying to catch up on things and I’ve found a loads of information
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