Microsoft general manager Amit Mital emphasised the advantages of agility and ubiquity in the company's Software plus Services strategy in his Tech Ed keynote address this morning.
He told a crowd of 2,000 plus at the conference, in Auckland, that is was important they not confuse the plan with Software as a Service.
Mital, who leads the development of Microsoft's Live Mesh system, says Software plus Service delivers the best of the cloud, of hosted software, of Web 2.0 and of service oriented architecture through tight integration and a flexible development.
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