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Windows 7 profiled at Right Click

Windows 7 profiled at Right Click

HP and Microsoft have teamed up with the Auckland Chamber of Commerce for a Windows 7 event at SkyCity on Thursday, November 19.

HP marketing manager Warwick Grey and Microsoft Windows Business Group lead Ben Green will talk about the Windows 7 software, PC designs and touch-screen technology.

Grey says the OS encompasses tools to improve business connectivity, mobility and bottom-line.

“Right Click will feature case studies of real businesses including Kiwi success story AJ Hackett who has experienced a phenomenal growth in sales margins through the use of touch-screen technology.”

Other events at Right Click include a demonstration of HP’s video flip camera and a seminar on how to use Facebook to generate marketing initiatives.


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