The majority of our enterprise customers see a future that uses capacity from multiple clouds – whether that be from multiple private clouds, a service provider or a public cloud like Azure, or software as a service (Saas) solutions running from the public cloud. It’s a vision that makes sense, but configuring and operating such “hybrid IT” environments is extremely complex. That’s why Microsoft engineers spent “hundreds of thousands of hours" making sure that “2012 R2” could solve this industry-wide challenge.
On Wednesday, it was announced that Microsoft has earned a key government security certification known as FIPS 140-2.
Now, I’m sure everyone knows what FIPS 140-2 is , but just in case you don’t, here’s what Windows Phone’s Robert Hoover had to say about it: “It’s a U.S. government security standard used to accredit the cryptographic algorithms that protect sensitive data inside products like smartphones. This is important news particularly for our U.S. and Canadian government customers, as well as other industries that value FIPS 140-2 validation.”
That’s better than any Shoe Phone, let me tell you.
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