Case Study: New Belgium Brewing

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Craft brewery New Belgium found it challenging to integrate its old networking and e-mail system with its applications from other vendors. The company decided to implement a new Microsoft® IT infrastructure, including Exchange Server 2007. Among other benefits, the company expects a big reduction in IT administration time, and an improved ability to use its wealth of business information to help drive its operations forward.

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