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3 responses to “Weaving the Unifying Fabric: The Warp and Weft of Microsoft, Windows 8, and the Enterprise”

  1. Jim Heaton

    I 100% agree with your above analysis. I have twice been Microsoft’s world wide partner of the year, our company is Vox ISM (integrated solutions model). We integrate NAV< CRM< SharePoint, & Office, into a vertical accelerator http://www.voxism-mfg.com. The BI is the hottest part of the Cdn. market now.

    Good luck
    Jim
    cell # 416-459-4899

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