Microsoft Cloud Vision Comes to the Surface

Microsoft laid out more of their plan to the public for their Cloud OS vision. Major components such as Windows Intune, System Center 2012, Windows Azure and Windows Server will all play part in the backbone of Microsoft’s Cloud services. Microsoft has described in detail how users can take advantage of opportunities in the Cloud by applying the many features included with these new releases while Microsoft help to manage hybrid cloud services and connected devices including non-Microsoft devices such as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. Read the full details here.



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