Microsoft’s oft-maligned and much-delayed next-generation operating system is no longer just a talking point for the Redmond company, it’s now a reality – at least for businesses.
At an event at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York City, CEO Steve Ballmer announced the business availability of Windows Vista, Office 2007, and Exchange Server 2007. In addition, several other business-centric applications were also launched on Thursday.
The simultaneous release of Office 2007 and Vista mark the first time in 11 years that the company’s two flagship products were released at the same time. Then, Windows 95 and Office 95 were released in what is widely considered the Redmond company’s most successful launch ever.
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