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  • Blog Post: Clearing my cloudiness

    Hi….is this thing on? Hi….I’m Steve lets dispense with the rambling history of my life and do this in the tried and trusted, 10 things list to help clear the clouds on who I am and why I’m here. Steve Clayton, at Microsoft for 12 years, currently Director of Cloud Strategy in a part of the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Data Center in a box…more details emerge

    Welcome to Microsoft’s data centre evolution (previously called the “Generation 4 vision”). As earlier videos have shown, we’re heading towards the pre-manufacturing every part of the data centre: the IT, mechanical and electrical components as part of Pre-Assembled Components that we call an “ITPAC...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft won't dominate the cloud…but

    Rob Preston, VP and Editor in Chief of InformationWeek offers an interesting assessment of Microsoft’s cloud capability and closes by saying Microsoft won't dominate the cloud -- no company will ... it's just too big a place -- but it will be the preeminent, most profitable player there in no time. Bold...
  • Blog Post: Ballmer says Microsoft is “All In” with the Cloud

    Steve Ballmer spoke at the University of Washington this afternoon on Microsoft and the cloud. He spoke for a little over an hour with some Q&A at the end and included demos of BingMaps (by Blaise of course) Sky Player on XBOX. He touched on almost every aspect of Microsoft’s business and how it...
  • Blog Post: Technical Computing in the cloud

      Earlier today Bill Hilf blogged about Microsoft’s Technical Computing initiative and Bob Muglia sent an executive email on the topic. So what is the Technical Computing initiative? I think Bob captured it nicely by positing that recent world events have clearly demonstrated our inability to process...
  • Blog Post: A Yottabyte you say?

    [credit: The Economist] A lot is the answer as noted above in The Economist . They had a great special report a couple of weeks back on the enormous amounts of data we’re now creating in the digital age. For someone who remembers 5 1/4 inch floppy disks and loading computer games of an audio tape, the...