Microsoft, private cloud, and System Center 2012 pricing and licensing announcements, information an

imageToday, some exciting news and announcements were shared regarding private cloud and the launch of Microsoft System Center 2012. Hopefully you were you able to join us live this morning for the “Transforming IT with Microsoft Private Cloud” webcast with:
  • Satya Nadella, President, Server and Tools Business, Microsoft
  • Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President, Management and Security Division, Microsoft
  • Jacky Wright,Vice President, IT Strategic Services, Microsoft IT
  • Rand Morimoto, Chief Executive Officer, Convergent Computing
If you weren’t, don’t worry,let’s get you pointed in the right direction so you too can see and hear what all was shared and what information and resources we have available for you today:
There were several videos released today on customers who bet on the Microsoft Private Cloud to move faster, save money and better compete. Here’s a few you can view right here:





If you did see the webcast this morning, what did you think? Is private cloud something you are planning on pursuing in your organization as a solution offering for your customers? I’d love to hear your input and feedback on the information shared today, the resources above, etc.
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Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking
Director, Worldwide Partner Experience
Microsoft Corporation
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