US software giant Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer speaks to the press in Tokyo on May 23, 2013. Micrsoft announced plans to expand enterprise cloud service Windows Azure in Japan and set new data centers in Tokyo and Osaka.
Opportunity in Japan for growth and innovation we find incredible. Japan is our second largest subsidiary and I have a lot of optimism about our process here in Japan
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