Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Global Organizations Choose Microsoft Cloud Applications

See the full press release for more BPOS news. 

Today Microsoft Business Division President Stephen Elop announced that the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS), Microsoft Corp.’s business communication and collaboration software delivered as a service, will be available in 15 additional countries and regions later this week.

New customers including Aon Corporation, Aviva PLC, Barry-Wehmiller, Hofstra University, Lions Gate Entertainment, McDonald’s Corporation, Rexel Group, Swedish Red Cross, SkyTeam Alliance, Tyco Flow Control, University System of Ohio, Westcon Group Inc. and hundreds of others have chosen the Business Productivity Online Suite in recent months.

Global Organizations Choose Microsoft Cloud Applications: Microsoft to expand Business Productivity Online Suite to more countries and regions, add new features, and offer lower prices.

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