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What is next for EwA between NHS and Microsoft?

8th September 2009

Microsoft has started a consultation in order to discover what people working in IT within the health service would like to happen in future EwA.

The Enterprise wide Agreement will expire in 2010. "It is an opportunity for IT decision makers to feed back on what they have liked and disliked about the previous EwA," said John Coulthard, director of healthcare and life sciences at Microsoft. "It is also an opportunity for them to say how they would like to see this improved so as to better suit their needs and help them achieve their targets."

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Article Information

Title: What is next for EwA between NHS and Microsoft?
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 12592
Date Added: 8th Sep 2009

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