Cloud computing presents many opportunities for helping you solve your organization’s fundamental business and IT challenges. Windows Server 2012 captures Microsoft experience gained from building and operating public clouds to deliver a highly dynamic and cost effective server platform for your private cloud. It offers businesses and hosting providers a scalable, dynamic, and multi-tenant aware cloud infrastructure that securely connects across premises and allows IT to respond to business needs more efficiently.
Microsoft Visio 2010 takes diagramming to a bold new level with dynamic, data driven visualization tools & templates, powerful process management features, and advanced sharing capabilities through the Web. Microsoft Visio 2010 is available in three editions: Standard, Professional and Premium. Check out the top features of Microsoft Visio 2010.
Whether or not your business transactions happen online, you need a reliable email and communications host. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 can help you achieve better business outcomes while controlling the costs of deployment, administration and compliance. Exchange Server delivers a wide range of deployment options and advanced compliance capabilities. This article will highlight seven of the many great features of Exchange Server 2010.
The success of your business depends on the ability of your people to collaborate and communicate from anywhere at any time. To do this, your company’s services must always be available to them. Microsoft Office 365 is the next step in the future of productivity and a brand new way to think about productivity in the Cloud. Office 365 is a revolutionary technology that allows individuals and companies to create and maintain a virtual office in the cloud. It offers businesses and professionals with an easy and flexible way to work on the go from a PC, through a browser and a smart phone.
Microsoft has a new slogan to go with their upcoming operating system: “Windows reimagined.” After watching Steven Sinofsky’s keynote address at the BUILD developer conference held last week, all I can say is “WOW!”
During the address, viewers got to witness Windows 8 in action (an early developer build, anyway). If Microsoft did nothing else to improve Windows 8 and launched this developer build tomorrow, it would probably be an instant success. If you’ve ever used the Windows Phone 7, the UI will be very familiar. The live tiles are back, and better than ever. Very modern and sleek, the interface provides the user with all their important apps, photos, and more within a simple swipe or tap of the finger. Not a fan of the billboard-style flood of information? Windows 8 is fully customizable to mimic the more static Windows 7 design.