Big week for Microsoft, IE9, Developer tools for Windows Phone 7 and the rebranding of Office Communication Server

This has been a very big week for Microsoft. Between trying to keep market share from Mozilla and Google, adding to Microsoft vision of the Cloud, leveraging HTML 5 and faster browsing with the release of IE9 beta. Then the big release of Windows Phone 7 development tools, with a move to entice developers to help them compete with Android and the iPhone. And last but not release, the rebranding of Microsoft Office Communication Server to the more streamline and easier to read, LYNC.

IE9 Beta, Windows Phone 7 Developer Tools, Lync 2010 and Lync Server 2010

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