Microsoft set to kick off Tech-Ed conference today

Microsoft is scheduled to hold a keynote address at its annual Tech-Ed conference later today.

Bob Muglia, president of Microsoft's server and tools business, will start the keynote at 9AM CDT (see other time zones) focusing heavily on Microsoft's Azure offerings. Microsoft is also expected to reveal more Windows Phone 7 details, with the audience of 6,000 IT pro and developers eager to hear more about Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 marketplace.

Microsoft's Tech-Ed conference goes head to head with Apple's WWDC this week as both companies unveil the future of their operating systems, devices and plans for the future. Apple will kick off a keynote just three hours after Microsoft.

The Tech-Ed keynote will be available and streamed live at msteched.com and will begin at 9AM CDT (see other time zones). Stay tuned to Neowin as we will be providing a round-up of the most important news from the keynote as it happens.

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