BYOD : Newstalk with Microsoft & HP

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In the Technology in Business segment on Down To Business with Bobby Kerr today, we were joined by Mike Hughes from Microsoft and Ben Cranks from HP. Products like Microsoft Office365 and the HP ElitePad 900 are changing the game – in the sense that small business now has access to the same technology as larger businesses enabling them to leverage the benefits of mobility.

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