Microsoft helps Comcast with SMBs

Cable TV giant Comcast has about 250,000 small and medium-sized business customers, but perhaps as many as 5 million within its network footprint. The company is teaming with Microsoft on a new SMB offering that includes Microsoft software applications in hopes of reaching the rest. Many carriers are hungering for greater success in the SMB market, and with the pressure Comcast is facing from telcos in its traditional sector, its need for success elsewhere is increasingly critical.

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- Verizon Business recent made an SMB push

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