BIEB: Microsoft IT speaks out on Today's IT trends

BIEB stands for Microsoft’s Because It’s Everybody’s Business campaign. But it’s more than an ad campaign, it’s also a slick Web resource with loads of value-add IT Pro content. Here’s a quick update on some of latest additions: “You can check Tony Scott’s article here, his views on unified communications, virtualization, cloud and employee productivity. […]

BIEB stands for Microsoft’s Because It’s Everybody’s Business campaign. But it’s more than an ad campaign, it’s also a slick Web resource with loads of value-add IT Pro content. Here’s a quick update on some of latest additions: “You can check Tony Scott’s article here, his views on unified communications, virtualization, cloud and employee productivity. Jeff Wettlaufer writes about availability of System Center Configuration Manager’s Reporting Dashboard beta; Mike Gannotti gives an inside peek at how SharePoint is powering US Olympic Committee’s pressbox site; and a new post on Windows Server 2008 R2’s top benefits, which links to some deeper interviews given to Windows IT Pro magazine by Bill Laing and Ward Ralston.”

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