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The Private “Cloud”

For customers who want to build their own private clouds on top of existing infrastructure investments the Microsoft experience can be invaluable.

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Windows Cloud Services Office 365

In addition to the existing suite of BPOS products, Microsoft is also adding Dynamics CRM Online into the Cloud Office 365 suite; it will provide updates to the core products in the suite.

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iWork to add Excel and Powerpoint Export

Apple released their iWork suite for the iPad in June 2010 as three separate applications. The cost of each is $9.99. There are a couple of fairly major limits with the apps, but being that they are made and promoted by Apple they are some of the top selling applications for the iPad.

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Microsoft High Performance Computing

Customers can expect Windows HPC Server clusters to run a wide a variety of mission-critical applications, from simulating financial markets to fighting disease to building next-generation vehicles.

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Windows Home Server – Vail

If you have multiple home PCs with large amounts of music, video, digital photography, and documents, then putting them together to protect, organize, and connect the digital media can be challenging.

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Windows SP1 Beta Coming In July

While most of you, Apple fans and haters alike were probably focusing on the events that went on at WWDC earlier today, Microsoft also had their own little event, Teched.…

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Microsoft SQL Azure – A Database for the Cloud

If you are a SLQ database administrator or developer, Microsoft Azure will give you with multiple database features normally found on your server. Cloud based computing has received a lot of publicity. Microsoft is…

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Microsoft pushing for ‘green-lit’ Windows 7 Applications

Program compatibility in Windows 7 is significantly improved over Windows Vista and aided further by the support for XP Mode, a virtual machine running programs in Windows XP on your…

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First Windows 7 Update In The Wild

Microsoft has released their first Windows 7 update, and interestingly enough, it improves Windows 7 compatibility with certain popular programs. The update helps to resolve issues with some legacy applications,…

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CONFIRMED – Windows 7 RTM, Server 2008, and Office 2010 Beta Leaked

The previously rumored leak has been confirmed. Wzor has placed the download links to the Windows 7 RTM on their home page, and it definitely the real deal. The build…

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ATI Adds Windows 7 Support to Catalyst 9.3 Drivers

Manufacturers seem to be well prepared for providing driver support for Windows 7 at it’s launch. The latest manufacturer to become ready for Windows 7 is ATI, whose ATI Catalyst…

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Windows 7 Server Is Not Windows Server 2008 R2! Kind of

The Internet community that is following the development of the next Microsoft operating system codenamed Windows 7 has seen some speculation and false rumors about the release of Windows 7…

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Microsoft Has Nothing To Say About Windows 7 Server

A Microsoft software development team is working on the successor of Windows Server 2008 just like the Windows 7 development team is working on Windows Vista’s successor. There is however…

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Windows 7 Server

Windows 7 Server is another product that we can expect to be released approximately at the same time that Windows 7 will hit the streets. A first announcement, or shall…

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