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[News] [Rival] Windows Server Revenue is Down 29 Percent

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IDC: Windows still leading server market, but revenues down 29 percent

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| The Reg’s conclusion: “If you do the math, companies are buying fewer but 
| more expensive non-x64 boxes, which suggests virtualisation and consolidation 
| projects.”  



Microsoft value?

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| What I wont quote is the rather long disclaimer at the beginning.  This is no
| insult to Blevdog but rather (IMO) a sad testament to the world we live in.
| A simple two lines of “these views are my own and not of my employer” would
| have sufficed, but instead of that we get a long winded disclaimer.  Ill let
| you form your own opinions on that, but to me it suggests “cave quid dicis,
| quando, et cui” has never been more relevant.  As I said before I do not
| believe this is any fault of Blevdog.
| So lets move onto the “meat” it was very nice (and interesting) to hear a
| little about Blevdogs experience/education, I think that says alot about him
| if he is willing to be very clear on what he has/hasnt done.  I hope readers
| here remember that whilst there have been allegations on the net of dubious
| practices by Microsoft, Blevdog is a real person.


Microsoft slashes rates for temp workers, blaming bad economy

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| Microsoft, citing the "realities of a deteriorating economy," will reduce by
| 10 percent the amount it pays employment agencies for many of its temporary
| workers -- and cut by 15 percent the target billing rate for future temporary
| work.


Microsoft reaffirms grim outlook for year

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| Shares of Microsoft sank 58 cents, or 3.4 percent, to $16.63 in midday
| trading amid a broader market sell-off.

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