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Microsoft Focuses on Cost Savings in Ads

Does it take money to save money? Microsoft would like you to think that it does. It has put together a series of ads in which executives talk about how software can save companies money. And, hey, we believe that's true -- but the question is, do companies have money to spend on software this year so that they can start saving down the road? We sure hope they do...and so does Microsoft.

Posted by Lee Pender on January 13, 2009


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