PracticeAccounting FirmsMicrosoft to launch ‘MySpace’ for accountants

Microsoft to launch ‘MySpace’ for accountants

Site aimed at corporate controllers, finance managers, finance staff and accountants

Software giant Microsoft is preparing to launch an online community site for
financial professionals.

This was revealed at the company’s
Convergence conference in San
Diego
this week.

The site, which has yet to get a formal name, is currently known as the
Dynamics Live Beta Community

Microsoft is referring to it as
MySpace for financial pros.’

The site is aimed at corporate controllers, finance managers, finance staff
and accountants and includes blogs, forums, tagging, RSS syndication and other
community-specific features.

Further reading:

Microsoft changes reporting structure

Microsoft business division revenues up 20%

Microsoft battle with Europe takes new twist

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