One of the interesting tidbits we heard this week was the fact that Microsoft has been building datacenters in parking lots. Even more interesting? They don't put a roof on the datacenter.
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As TechEd continues, we are learning more and more about what to expect in the upcoming version of Windows 8. Today, Microsoft went into details discussing their plans for biometrics.
Do you want to feel like James Bond? Microsoft is here to help with that dream by offering one lucky person an Aston Martin V8 Vantage Coupe. Best of all, the contest is available to most of the world
We covered a lot of material on the first day of Microsoft TechEd North America 2013. Here we will wrap up all of the topics we discussed so that you won't miss a second of coverage.
With Windows 8.1 set for customer preview on June 26th, information about what changes we can expect in the operating system is being released. Today Microsoft talked about UI and security features.
There's been a lot of Azure news here at TechEd, and Microsoft wants everyone to try it out for themselves. To entice you, they're offering you $200 worth of service credits for the first month.
We are liveblogging from the TechEd North America 2013 conference in hot and humid New Orleans. We expect several product update announcements, including Windows Server Blue, SQL Server 2014, and more
TechEd is starting today, and there will be plenty of new announcements. Windows Server 2012 R2, System Center 20012 R2, and SQL Server 2014 will all be available for public preview later this month.
Microsoft's TechEd Surface deal appears to be a ringing success. The conference hall was bustling with attendees waiting in line for hours to purchase the two Microsoft tablets.
Do you want a Surface RT with touch cover for $99? Or maybe you'd prefer to buy a 128GB Surface Pro for $399? If that interests you, then fly to New Orleans next week and attend TechEd with us!
What does Microsoft have planned for the enterprise environment? We'll be traveling to New Orleans next week to talk with company leaders at TechEd 2013.