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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 Virtual PC Demonstration Version 2.0

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 release Virtual PC Demonstration. This demo is a one computer setup with Microsoft CRM 3.0 server and Microsoft CRM 3.0 client for Outlook. This demonstration also contains Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. The demonstration significantly enhances the sample demo environment of Adventure Works Cycle

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Microsoft: Open Source ‘Not Reliable or Dependable’

A senior Microsoft executive told a BBC documentary that people should use commercial software if they’re looking for stability. “I don’t think (open source) is anti-Microsoft in the sense that it’s giving people choices in the technologies that they use,” Jonathan Murray, the vice president and chief technology officer of Microsoft Europe, told BBC World in the first part of the documentary “The Code Breakers,” which aired this week. Read More . . .

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Microsoft Runs Out of Windows Live Product Names

Matt Mondok: “I just don’t get it. Over the years, Microsoft has taken products with excellent, catchy codenames and rebranded them with boring and repetitive lines like “Windows Live” and “.NET”. After being criticized time and time again for terrible marketing, one might be inclined to think that the company would maybe, just maybe, try something different, but of course it never does. So anyway, after that short rant, I’d like to introduce everyone to the new name for Microsoft’s killer enterprise search application: Windows Live Search.” Read More . . .

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WiMAX Lastly in Iran!

Yes, I know there have been a long time I have not been blogging and this has never happened before. I am pretty busy these days with several on going projects and will be handling things soon…
DATAK is offering WiMAX services in Tehran. I really liked their idea of separated VPN and ‘net cost. That helps the enterprise companies building solid network connections between their different locations for IP Office stuffs. Pretty cool!

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