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Microsoft announce Center for Information Work

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Cameron Wilmot
Published Fri, Sep 27 2002 11:42 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT
More interesting news today as Microsoft announces the Center for Information Work from its Redmond based in Washington - a place where customers and partners can try out unreleased software and hardware. Very interesting, I hope someone remembers to send me an invitation.

At the new Center for Information Work (CIW), visiting customers get to use experimental devices and still-in-development Microsoft software to solve a simulated business crisis. The CIW, which opens this week, is an immersive demonstration lab for customers and partners. And rather than making visitors look at a series of static displays like a museum of the future, it actually puts them to work in a setting that could very well be an office of the year 2006.
More information @ Microsoft

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