Windows Home Server is a “top pick” at CES (BusinessWeek)

BusinessWeek has a short photo overview of their top product picks from CES

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BW also selected Windows Home Server a “Great product, lousy name,” a good solution for consumers “to store, back up, and access their growing collections of photos, songs, and videos.”

Microsoft (MSFT) came up with a clever viral marketing gambit that includes a spoof of a children’s picture book called Mommy, Why Is There a Server in the House? Helping Your Child Understand the Stay-at-Home Server.


Tags: CES 2008, CES.

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