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by STB BloggerWhat’s New in R2 Blog Series: PaaS for the Modern WebIn the final installment of the “What’s New in R2” blog series, Corporate Vice President Brad Anderson’s blog highlighted the consistency in Platform as a Service capabilities across private and public clouds to build and run modern applications – particularly web applications.
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Deloitte Recognizes Windows Azure Security, Availability and Confidentiality Trust Principles
Microsoft announced that public auditor Deloitte issued a Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type 2 report for Windows Azure in security, availability and confidentiality trust principles and an assessment against the Cloud Security Alliance’s (CSA) Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM), a set of security principles designed to help customers choose a cloud provider.
What’s New in R2 Blog Series: Hybrid IT
As part of the ongoing series on “What’s New in R2,” Corporate Vice President Brad Anderson’s blog has been highlighting how Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2 can simplify the challenges associated with configuring and operating a hybrid IT environment.
Windows Server 2012 Storage helps customers do more with less
A July 2013 report from ESG Lab found that a Microsoft Windows Server 2012 storage solution can save organizations as much as 50% compared with tradition iSCSI and FC SAN solutions.
What’s New in R2 Blog Series: IaaS Innovations As part of the ongoing series on “What’s New in R2,” Corporate Vice President Brad Anderson’s two-part blog discusses how Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 provide a rich IaaS solution. We’re seeing a significant move to the service provider model where organizations are providing Infrastructure-as-a-Service for their internal business units.