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Microsoft releases Vista for business and Government

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Microsoft has introduced its new operating system, Windows Vista for government and business users.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced about the availability of Vista, 2007 for business and government market. The Windows Vista is upgraded to simplify how workers find and use information and then collaborate with other workers. The new version of Vista will reduce the cost and improve the security of information. The Federal Aviation Administration and the government of Canada are major organizations for adopting Microsoft's latest products. Microsoft is making available to business and government have the potential to unify communications like, VoIP, e-mail, IM and video and help workers to stay in sync with information created with new Web technologies, like Wikis and blogs. Microsoft also allow organisations to connect and share information using collaboration and workflow tools built into SharePoint Server and better integrate mobile workers into the entire business experience.

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