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New SAS 9 software

SAS India delivered the next version of its business intelligence software. SAS 9 has enhanced analytics and refined user interfaces that provide fresh insights for solving business problems, and driving competitive advantage.

The developers claim SAS 9 is faster, more efficient and easier to use than its predecessors. It can accommodate changing organizational needs without any loss of efficiency. The new platform connects all SAS applications so they work together transparently, and it also communicates with other data sources and programs.

Free support for Virus issues

Microsoft Corporation India launched a Toll-free virus support helpline for customers across India. As a part of Microsoft's Protect Your PC campaign, this helpline will provide desktop users with assistance to recover from a virus infection; information on how to protect the desktop machine from viruses; and assistance related to security patches released by Microsoft.

The Toll-free line can be reached from six cities - Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad. Users in others cities will be able to access the helpline through additional numbers listed on the website: www.microsoft.com/india/security/support.aspx.

 
     
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