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Do suppliers now believe that posts on their blogs can replace direct contact with industry influencers and customers?

December 2, 2010 No Comments

Microsoft seems to think so….

Brian Madden just posted Microsoft’s “User State Virtualization” is a joke on his blog. As another recipient of Emails from Microsoft’s PR firm telling me that a Microsoft executive or representative had just posted something on a blog, I came to similar conclusions. I’ve also been following various forms of virtualization technology for quite some time and find that what Microsoft is crowing about is really nothing new.

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