Latest version of Microsoft Windows creates waves
MICROSOFT recently unveiled Vista, the latest version of Microsoft Windows(r) Operating System and Microsoft Office 2007 along with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
The products elevate the profile of the world’s most popular operating system while enhancing its support software that enhance the business experience in an era of instant communication, expanding information and ceaseless change.
This is the first time since the launch of Windows 95 and Microsoft Office 95 that two or more products have been launched simultaneously. The products promise to transform the business experience for users around the world and help them turn information into opportunity for growth.
Microsoft has developed the products following Extensive research and user feedback over the last few years.
Over the last five years, Microsoft observed volunteers working at over one billion user sessions to determine the needs and working styles of its users.
Later, 5 million users around the world were allowed to download the beta version of the new software for testing user compatibility and providing essential feedback about the products and their features.
Microsoft says it has invested heavily in research and development of its new products that have been more closely examined under the microscope than any previous product.
Some of the companies that collaborated with Microsoft in the pre launch stage of the project anticipate an unprecedented surge in productivity, capabilities and eventually revenues, via improved responsiveness to customer service.
One company head highlighted that cost cutting through process and workflow automation, easier access to information, better coordination and communication with colleagues, and the lower compliance cost would benefit a vast range of businesses across the board.
Windows XP has already made mobile computing rather common and convenient. The highly improved capabilities of Windows Vista and Office 2007 system including significant advances in graphics and pervasive support for XML and other technologies provide the framework.
Source: The News