Microsoft’s Management Summit 2011 begins in full force this morning at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

During today’s keynote, corporate vice president Brad Anderson introduced the new System Center 2012 to enable enterprise IT organizations to which will enable IT managers to deliver private cloud services that empower business teams, provide greater insights into application performance, and allow IT to carry forward current investments as they adopt public cloud computing.

Read Brad’s post on the Official Microsoft Blog or visit the Cloud Virtual Press Room for more information. For up-to-the-minute updates throughout the event follow @STBNewsBytes on Twitter, or use the #MMS2011 hashtag.

 

Stay tuned to STB News Bytes for more event observations from the STB team.