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Last week, I attended the Launch­ing of the Microsoft Online Ser­vices at Putra­jaya Inter­na­tional Con­ven­tion Cen­tre by Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer.

The event was all about run­ning the DBS, BPS and IIS, within the CPIDS and ESPMDT using the lat­est MBPOMS and SCIMDPIMOTEIS.

Ok lah I was jok­ing, I don’t speak IT.

What I’m try­ing to say is, I have no idea what Microsoft was launch­ing that day. The pre­sen­ta­tion was brief and not straight to the point. All we were told is that the futur­is­tic future is very near with Microsoft’s cloud computing.

As you can see from the typ­i­cal Pow­er­Point slide above, no sig­nif­i­cant ground-breaking prod­ucts. The talk was bor­ing, the crowd was quiet, and the entire event was done in less than an hour.

If you ask me why Apple can always make big impact when launch­ing new prod­ucts, I guess the rea­son is obvious.

Or maybe Microsoft Malaysia was just try­ing to give Steve Balmer some­thing to do while he was here in Malaysia.

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smashpOp1 June 201010:27 AM

“The event was all about run­ning the DBS, BPS and IIS, within the CPIDS and ESPMDT using the lat­est MBPOMS and SCIMDPIMOTEIS.”

AHHAHA omg lor damn funny i laughed damn loud.

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Den­nis Lee1 June 201011:39 AM

Hahaha… it proves that you are from IT background…

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