Each week, we round up industry news and articles you might have missed. Enjoy this week’s selections.
FAA Picks Microsoft Office 365 Private Cloud
The FAA has opted for a private cloud implementation, rather than Microsoft’s recently announced Office 365 for Government, a multi-tenant cloud platform, said Susie Adams, CTO of Microsoft Federal, in an interview with InformationWeek.
Microsoft Will Beat Google in All Markets: Steve Ballmer
“One of the things I’m very proud of is that we are a company that is prepared to be bold, prepared to drive in new areas. I like to invent all new categories and all new things.” –Steve Ballmer, Microsoft
MigrationWiz Launches Cloud-Based Migrations from Lotus Notes to Exchange and Office 365
High-fidelity migrations from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 can now be managed directly from the MigrationWiz web site.
Configure Office 365 for Exchange Online Using Packt’s New Book and eBook
Packt is pleased to announce the publication of the Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration book, a practical, hands-on tutorial that shows small businesses and enterprises how to implement and migrate to Exchange Online in Office 365.
Microsoft Launches 20th TechEd With Cloud and Tools Push
Windows Server 2012 is a cloud-optimized, server OS for customers of all sizes, and Windows Azure, updated with new services and features, delivers both infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) capabilities, Microsoft said.
Microsoft Delivers Version 3 of Windows Intune PC Management Service
Microsoft’s latest version of its PC management and security service adds more mobile-device management and Active Directory integration.
Microsoft Stress-Tests Windows Server 2012 With Bing
Microsoft is using its own, massive online services as proof-points for its next generation of cloud and data center technologies, it announced in TechEd 2012 opening address.