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July 2009 - Posts

We have received many requests from our customers and partners on when they will be able to get their hands on RTM code of Windows Server 2008 R2. As the Windows Server Operations Manager, I wanted to provide a broad timeline on when different groups Read More...
The acronym stands for Release to Manufacturing, and it means this latest release of Windows Server 2008 R2 is now blessed by engineering as ready for the manufacturing process. We're talking final code. Sun shining, birds singing, children dancing in Read More...
Last week, I attended the Worldwide Partner Conference and I came away with a few overall impressions. First, I enjoyed spending significant face-to-face time with our friends in the industry who have continued to drive success during difficult economic Read More...
Ok... so you don’t have to… but why wouldn’t you? (note: the author is also the product manager for UAG and is obviously biased). As we all likely know by now one of the most exiting technologies shipping in Windows Server R2 and Windows 7 is DirectAccess Read More...
Imagine Cup , Microsoft’s global technology competition, had more than 300,000 student participants from 100 countries this year - and for the first time in its seven year history, the competition featured a challenge focused on parallelism . This is Read More...
I am pleased to introduce a new set of interactive web tools designed specifically for our infrastructure partners. The Partner Website Widgets help improve online customer experience on our partner websites. They communicate a core set of business value Read More...
I’m in New Orleans for our annual Worldwide Partner Conference. It's always a great time to connect with partners and one of the things I'll be talking about while I'm here is the immense opportunity we see even in what's turned out to be a remarkably Read More...
 
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