Microsoft serve up suites and sushi

Microsoft last night threw a party at a trendy London sushi bar to launch what they are calling "the industry's first integrated suite of server applications" aimed at small businesses.
Written by Eugene Lacey, Contributor

Several hundred business people crammed into Soho's Yo! Sushi, to watch the various bits of raw fish and seaweed moving around on the restaurant's famous conveyor belt, whilst Microsoft employees sought to persuade them that the suite of server applications were both easy to install and a boon to their business.

Based on the Microsoft BackOffice software, the Small Business Server is designed to help businesses share information and resources, access the Internet, communicate with customers and partners, and run important applications.

Microsoft's Jim Allchin said "We listened to feedback from thousands of small businesses

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