Microsoft Debuts Web Development Toolset

It’s an axiom of business these days that you need a website. But not every small-business owner is technically savvy, and setting up an online presence can be an intimidating process.

Seeing a need, Microsoft has unveiled WebMatrix, a free new Web development toolkit for inexperienced users to set up a site. Small Business Computing takes a look.

Microsoft has started beta testing a new — and free — website development toolset this week that’s designed to make it easier for first-time site developers, small businesses and non-technical users to get started on small business Web design.

Dubbed WebMatrix, the tool, which is available for download, aims to provide all of the components needed to quickly build, deploy, and run websites, according to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT).

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Microsoft’s WebMatrix Targets Small Business Web Design

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