"The opportunities in Africa are huge" - Microsoft

From Fri Nov 30 2012, 04:27:17

With Microsoft's Partners in Learning Summit well under-way in Prague, Czech Republic, IT News Africa had the opportunity to sit down with Lauren Woodman, Microsoft's General Manager for Worldwide education and Government programs, to talk about the progress of the company's various programs and what gains they have made in Africa. Partners in Learning is an annual summit where educators and learners [...]

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