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Microsoft, HP Expand Partnership into Online Services

The two longtime, long-term partners plan to spend $250 million over the next three years on cloud and virtualization technologies. This is an important story, actually...but we're not going to tell it. We'll leave that to Jeff Schwartz, who covered the announcement for RCPmag.com here and in his blog. So, yeah, if you want to read about Microsoft and HP, you're just going to have to boost our hit count. But it's worth it!  

Posted by Lee Pender on January 14, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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