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Image Gallery: 10 Drivers For Microsoft Surge In 2010

Start with Windows 7, Office 2010, and SharePoint 2010 then add hybrid, on-premise/cloud options for productivity apps, enterprise apps, development and processing power and Microsoft has the makings for a big year.
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Microsoft is bolstering hybrid cloud options for Dynamics enterprise applications. Dynamics CRM Online goes global this year with multi-language support and services through new European and Asian data centers. Discounts let Dynamics GP (ERP) users add CRM Online at the aggressive price of $19 per user, per month.

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