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Microsoft Guns for Salesforce in the Cloud, Say Deutsche, Cowen

Microsoft (MSFT) kicked off its "Ignite" user conference in Atlanta today, and a couple observers from the Street took a look at what the company had to discuss, concluding Microsoft is being more ambitious, more aggressive with cloud computing, with a greater and greater focus on unseating (CRM). In conjunction with the conference, Microsoft announced a new set of "metrics" it will disclose on a quarterly basis.
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