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This podcast series features industry experts discussing key enterprise infrastructure strategies that can help you grow your business. The series will include subjects such as virtualization, high-performance computing clusters, database, collaboration, back up and recovery and other important emerging technologies.
English
United States
111 episodes
since Oct, 2006

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An implementation of Windows 7 can provide opportunities for you to grow your business through the needs of your small and mid-sized customers – providing profitable deployments of hardware, up-sell software and services that allow you to strengthen your customer relationships. Listen to this presentation by Winni Verhoef, Senior Product Manager for the Windows Client Team at Microsoft, to find out how. He’ll talk about where the opportunities are and what the most successful channel partners are doing to capture them.

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