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  • I try to avoid Microsoft-based technologies as best as possible.

    IPL Cricket’s Online Video Offering Is An Epic Fail 2009

  • However, some EMR products are much more intuitive now, especially those that are easy to implement like gloStream's familiar Microsoft-based system which guarantees that doctors will be operating at full patient loads within 15 days of implementation.

    Jeff Bocan: Death by a Thousand (Paper) Cuts Jeff Bocan 2012

  • Microsoft-based developers can design, code, and debug Flash applications and Flex applications without being forced to use an unfamiliar IDE, SapphireSteel said.

    Microsoft Visual Studio users get Flash development capabilities 2010

  • Even I have to have one (currently Vista) Microsoft-based computer these days (my serious work is still done on my British RISC OS computers, as always), mainly for reading PowerPoint files and some video formats, so I shall no doubt encounter this so-called 'Service Pack' anytime now ...

    Microsoft do it again Not a sheep 2008

  • In the years since then, the House has gone on to invest a good deal of time and money supporting Microsoft-based handheld devices, he said.

    Archive 2008-02-01 Not a sheep 2008

  • VMware's Java cloud platform is akin to Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud platform for Microsoft-based developers, Connolly said.

    VMware positions Java for the cloud 2010

  • You may remember that a little while back there was a bit of a kerfuffle about the BBC's decision to go with a Microsoft-based DRM solution for its download service.

    Has the BBC Duped Us over iPlayer? glyn moody 2008

  • The phone isn't on good terms with my Microsoft-based work email account.

    Earnings Momentum 2008

  • "A lot of people see Microsoft as the enemy of openness and innovation, but it's worth remembering that it was the open architecture of the Microsoft-based PC that spurred massive creativity in both hardware and software and sped the adoption of computers both at home and at work," Carr said.

    So Long, Bill Gates, and Thanks for the Monopoly By Dylan Tweney 2008

  • The protocols, which were typically Microsoft-based, didn't allow for other (interface) choices very well.

    Text of Wired's Interview with Google CEO Eric Schmidt 2007


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