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In his 2005 email, Ray Ozzie now Microsoft's CTO wrote a memo called

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In his 2005 email, Ray Ozzie now Microsoft's CTO wrote a memo called 'Services Disruption', a critical evaluation of the manner in which software business has been done today as well as envisioning of the software services industry that he perceives to be the future.

A) a critical evaluation of the manner in which software business has been done today as well as envisioning
B) critically evaluating the manner in which software business is done today as well as a vision
C) a critical evaluation of the manner in which software business is done today as well as a vision
D) critically evaluating the manner in which software business is done today as well as his own envisioning
E) critical evaluating the manner of doing software business today and a vision as well

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In his 2005 email, Ray Ozzie now Microsoft's CTO wrote a memo called 'Services Disruption', a critical evaluation of the manner in which software business has been done today as well as envisioning of the software services industry that he perceives to be the future.

A) a critical evaluation of the manner in which software business has been done today as well as envisioning(envisioning is not parallel with evaluation,has been is not correct verb tense)
B) critically evaluating the manner in which software business is done today as well as a vision(memo is not evaluating rather it is an evaluation)
C) a critical evaluation of the manner in which software business is done today as well as a vision(correct meaning)
D) critically evaluating the manner in which software business is done today as well as his own envisioning(same as in B)
E) critical evaluating the manner of doing software business today and a vision as well(as well as is the correct idiom)

I will go with choice C

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