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October 25, 2006

Links du Jour 10-25-06

Denmark(R)Oh Yeah, Scandinavia - Vika Zafrin writes about several things in this post, but it was interesting to note that Denmark has put a great deal of effort into building its brand name worldwide, whereas Norway has not (and as a result is much less popular and admired.) I also did not know just how many Swedes commute to Denmark daily for work. Check out the link to the Danish article.

Rong WeiMG Rover went the Rong Wei - An interesting post on the origins of the Rong Wei automobile brand name, which was introduced yesterday and is Rover’s Chinese incarnation.

MicrosoftBe One of the First to Beta "Centro" - If you work for a business that uses less than 250 PCs, here is your chance to beta test the new Centro “infrastructure solution” from Microsoft. Centro is the code name for a product that corals Windows Server “Longhorn,” Exchange Server 2007 and a variety of security technologies. There is no word as of yet what “Centro” will be called when it reaches the market. Damir links to the Centro blog, which covers more if you're interested.

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