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Companies may avoid upgrading to #Windows10 because of the bitter experience with #Windows8 #Press #Media

Microsoft wants you to upgrade your Prius with a Tesla. That’s the analogy used by Joe Belfiore, corporate vice-president, operating systems group, Microsoft, at the Windows 10 launch event in San Francisco to highlight the leap taken by the company with the new operating system (OS).

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Viewpoints on @Microsoft: Sanchit Vir Gogia (@s_v_g), Chief Analyst & CEO, Greyhound Research (@Greyhound_R) #Press #Media

“Given our on-going tracking and engagement with end users, Greyhound Research has consistently given a feedback to the IT vendor Community for the need of local data center strategy. Earlier this morning, our Chief Analyst & CEO, Sanchit Gogia also tweeted about the same. Here’s the link attached to the tweet:  https://twitter.com/s_v_g/status/516775840130924545  

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Twitter Chat on How to #SMAC your business @s_v_g @RajeshJaney @marulkar #EMCForum

EMCJoin Greyhound Research (@Greyhound_R) and Sanchit Gogia (@s_v_g) for a tweet-up on How to #SMAC your business and its impact on organizations and consumers.

Panelist:

  • Rajesh Janey, President India & SAARC, EMC
  • Mandar Marulkar, Vice President, IT & CISO, KPIT Technologies
  • Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & CEO, Greyhound Research

WHEN: Wednesday, October 1, 2014 1400 hrs – 1500hrs (IST)

WHERE: Twitter.com or your favourite Twitter app, using #EMCForum

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Microsoft eyes India’s cloud computing market with plans for 3 data centres #Press #Media #DomainB

Microsoft on Tuesday said it will offer commercial cloud services from local data centres in the country by 2015 as the technology giant gears up for the estimated US $2 trillion domestic market opportunity against competition from rival firms like Google and IBM. Continue reading

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Cloud services in India is a $2 trn opportunity: Nadella #Press #Media #Rediff

Microsoft on Tuesday said it will offer commercial cloud services from local data centres in the country by 2015 as the technology giant gears up for the estimated US $2 trillion domestic market opportunity against competition from rival firms like Google and IBM. Continue reading