Cnet is reporting that: Microsoft has revamped its online outlet for small businesses, a market segment from which it’s hoping to make big bucks.
On Tuesday, the software maker unveiled its Small Business Center, a Web site catering to the needs of companies that often have just a handful of employees and a modest amount of information technology.
The site was activated earlier this month in Australia, Japan, Canada, Spain and the United Kingdom and is slated to become available in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the United States. Each country will make its own launch announcement in the second half of 2004, Microsoft said. (full story)
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