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Rounding Up Microsoft's Latest Deals

Microsoft bought Canadian software firm Opalis, a company that does datacenter automation, late last week. And there's been more wheeling and dealing in Redmond's calendar fourth quarter, but to read about it, you'll have to boost the RCPmag.com hit count by going here.

Posted by Lee Pender on December 16, 2009


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