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Microsoft organises road show

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Kolkata, Feb. 8

Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd organised a customer event in Kolkata targeted at educating people about the 2007 Microsoft Office system, Windows Vista and Exchange Server 2007 platform, said a Press release.

The Kolkata road show is part of the seven-city road show being conducted by the company along with its partners such as Intel, AMD, EMC, Nortel, Wipro, Kingston and Sonata. The other cities being covered include Delhi, Hyderbad, Pune and Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, said the release.

Speaking at the roadshow, Mr Vikas Arora, Director-Enterprise Services of Microsoft India, said, "The launch of Office 2007, Windows Vista and Exchange Server 2007 is the most significant launch in the company's history." Customer adoption has crossed over 2,00,000 for Windows Vista and 8,85,000 for 2007 Microsoft Office System licences across India in a span of just over a month, since the company made the products available for large businesses, the release added.

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