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Fresh off the //build conference, Lead Architect for Windows Server, Jeffrey Snover, Paul Thurrott from Windows IT Pro and Jon Hassell from Computerworld, gathered around for an impromptu conversation around Microsoft’s Cloud OS offerings. Tune in as they discuss the latest enhancements made to the server and datacenter family as well as how these changes will impact IT Pros.
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Jon Hassell: Computerword
- Windows Server 2012 review: Should I upgrade?
- Microsoft Online Backup Service in Windows Server 2012: Under the hood
- Microsoft System Center 2012 review: Streamlined cloud service management
Paul Thurrott: Windows IT Pro
- BUILD 2012: Windows Azure, Cloud OS Take the Stage on Day 2
- Microsoft Launches Windows Server 2012
- With System Center 2012, Microsoft Democratizes the Private Cloud
- Microsoft's Cloud OS: A Vision of Infrastructure's Future
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