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Microsoft said on Wednesday that it has made Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 available for purchase by schools and educational institutions around the world. The idea of MultiPoint Server is that it will reduce the cost for...
Microsoft announced Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 in early December 2009 with the promise of "one PC per classroom". The idea of MultiPoint Server is that it will reduce the cost for many businesses and schools worldwide....