I don't write the quotes, I just point 'em out....

Michael D. Osterman, president and founder of Osterman Research in Black Diamond, Wash., said that for him, the two most striking aspects of Workplace 2.0 are its increased flexibility and its potential to lower the total cost of ownership (TCO). ...
Osterman added that IBM's recent flurry of messages about Workplace and messaging just might be construed as a dig at the competition.   "My guess is that they're taking a shot at Microsoft," he said.
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