Microsoft Developers Ponder, Active Directory Cloud Coming Soon?

At last week's TechEd developer conference, Microsoft global CTO Noram Judah caused more than one developer to raise an eyebrow when he stated that an unknown product called "Active Directory Enterprise Access" provides a key insight into the future of Microsoft.

Microsoft spokespersons and public relations weren't able to clarify, and seemed unaware of any such product. When pressed for additional information, Judah stated that he wasn't going to pre-announce anything, but that Microsoft was working on cloud solutions for identity and authorization.

At last week's TechEd developer conference, Microsoft global CTO Noram Judah caused more than one developer to raise an eyebrow when he stated that an unknown product called "Active Directory Enterprise Access" provides a key insight into the future of Microsoft.

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