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Office to the max

For the last two decades, Bill Gates has ridden the crest of the rise of the information economy and subsequent chunking and realigning of information-related tasks. My colleague Scott Bekker relays Gates' latest thoughts on the changing role of the information worker, with MS Office at the center of the action, of course.
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Written by Joe McKendrick, Contributor on

For the last two decades, Bill Gates has ridden the crest of the rise of the information economy and subsequent chunking and realigning of information-related tasks. My colleague Scott Bekker relays Gates' latest thoughts on the changing role of the information worker, with MS Office at the center of the action, of course.

 

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