WWS

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AcronymDefinition
WWSWireless Wall Switch (various companies)
WWSWow Web Stats (World of Warcraft game)
WWSWeight Watchers Scale
WWSWoodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (Princeton University)
WWSWarenWirtschaftsSystem (German)
WWSWorld Wide Studios
WWSWindows Web Server
WWSWindows Web Services
WWSWeb Workgroup Server
WWSWorldwide Studios (Sony Computer Entertainment)
WWSWestfield Washington Schools (Indiana)
WWSWalker-Warburg Syndrome
WWSWorld Website Service (Holland)
WWSWorldwide Services
WWSWe Were Soldiers (gaming clan)
WWSWorld Wide Stout (Dogfish Head beer)
WWSWieacker-Wolff Syndrome
WWSWireless Weather Station
WWSWater and Wastewater Services (Pompano Beach, FL)
WWSWired Woman Society
WWSWine, Women & Song
WWSWild Weasel Squadron
WWSWWMCCS Workstation
WWSWashington Wind Symphony (Bellevue, WA)
WWSWrong Window Syndrome (chat clients)
WWSWhitehouse Wind Symphony (Bernardsville, NJ)
WWSWavefront Weather Services
WWSWorld Wide Standards (quality)
WWSWorld Waste Systems (Lakeport, CA)
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Antoine Leblond, corporate vice-president for Windows Web Services at Microsoft, said: "Windows 8 offers a no compromise platform, giving you the same experience on a touch device as through mouse and keyboard.
Antoine Leblond, Corporate Vice President, Windows Web Services, Microsoft, and Ali Faramawy, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft, and President -- Microsoft MEA, discussed the product, which they said is designed to bring opportunity to consumers, businesses and developers.
Antoine Leblond, corporate vice president for Windows Web Services at Microsoft
Antoine Leblond, Corporate Vice President for Windows Web Services at Microsoft Corp., and Ali Faramawy, Corporate Vice President Microsoft Corporation and President Microsoft Middle East & Africa, discussed the opportunity Windows 8 brings to consumers, businesses and developers.
Antoine Leblond, corporate vice-president for Windows Web Services at Microsoft; and Ali Faramawy, corporate vice-president of Microsoft and president of Microsoft Middle East and Africa, discussed what Windows 8 brings to consumers, businesses and developers.
"Next year, tablets will outsell desktop PCs," said Terry Myerson, Microsoft's VP of Windows Web Services, in an interview (http://news.cnet.com/8301-10805_3-57461803-75/microsoft-says-slate-sales-to-trump-desktops-in-2013/) with CNET at the TechEd Europe conference in June.
7 -- Microsoft's VP of Windows Web Services, Antoine LeBlond has announced a late February opening of the Windows Store on Windows 8 Beta, and encouraged developers to start creating Metro style apps and other software for it, during the Windows Store Preview that also described its features, app polices and business terms.