Microsoft yesterday revealed the date on which Windows Vista and Office 2007 will be for corporate customers on Nov. 30 in an event in New York. Microsoft announced the date of the event and release date to invited journalists. Microsoft has also said that another Microsoft program, the Exchange Server 2007, a messaging and collaboration product will also be released. Vista, which was scheduled to hit the shelves this holiday season have been plagued with a long list of problems that prompted Microsoft to delay the consumer versions’ release until January. Microsoft said that Vista would be available for corporate users this month, Office 2007 by the end of the year, and Exchange Server 2007 late this year or early next year. Finally, we have a date for the Vista that was becoming such an enigma for many for almost the whole of this year.