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To Boost Windows Azure, Microsoft Launches Company’s First-Ever Startup Accelerator

Today, Microsoft is launching the first startup accelerator in the company's history in an effort to encourage more entrepreneurs to build their cloud-based applications using Windows Azure. The program will take place at the Microsoft Israel Research and Development Center, and is a part of the Israel R&D Center's outreach program Think Next as well as the Microsoft BizSpark program for startups.
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