Microsoft has announced the formation of the Cloud OS Network, a group of over 25 third-party companies that offer cloud services based on Microsoft products like Windows Azure.
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Cisco announced a new partnership with Microsoft that will allow businesses to acquire a cloud-based system that combines Cisco's Unified Data Center with Microsoft's Fast Track architecture.
Microsoft announced a number of new updates to its enterprise-themed server services, which are covered under its "Cloud OS' branding, including new versions of Windows Intune and System Center.
With the twentieth annual Microsoft TechEd now under way in Orlando, we look back at the first day's keynote address through some of the images we captured from the event earlier today.
In today's keynote during Microsoft's TechEd conference today, the company touted what it called the new era of the "Cloud OS" with Windows Server 2012, the new version of Windows Azure and more.