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Microsoft releases BizTalk Server, announces restructured platforms and services division

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March 27 Redmond, Wash.—Microsoft Corp. announced Monday it has released BizTalk Server 2006, its business process management and application integration technology.

The release is part of Microsoft’s continued efforts to deliver business process management capabilities as part of its overall application platform, according to the company. Separately, Microsoft announced last week that it has restructured its Platforms and Services Division to align Windows and MSN assets with the Windows Live strategy, as well as target growth opportunities related to online advertising. The new organization will be comprised of eight new and existing groups: the Windows and Windows Live Group; Windows Live Platform Group; Online Business Group; Market Expansion Group; Core Operating System Division; Windows Client Marketing Group; Developer and Platform Evangelism Group; and Server and Tools Business Group.

—Carol Krol

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