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Today at Day 1 of the Microsoft Management Summit, Bob Kelly, corporate vice president, outlined in his
On Tuesday, June 23rd from 10:30am – 11:00am (PDT), join a teleconference with Bob Kelly, corporate VP of Infrastructure Server Marketing. Bob will talk about the state of IT within the context of results from a new Harris Interactive study of 1,200 IT
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