And the beat goes on.

Mary Jo Foley from ZDnet has an interesting theory about what the focus of Windows Server Blue will be.

Apparently, it’s all about the cloud.

An excerpt:

One of my contacts said the thinking inside Microsoft around Blue on the server side is to focus on making Windows Server the best platform for building cloud services for both Microsoft customers and partners, and for  Microsoft itself. Cloud customers are more interested and willing to take delivery of new features and releases than enterprises running the server typically are. So the supposed plan, going forward, will be to deliver,  annually, new server features that matter most to those building and deploying in the cloud.

The drip drip continues.

It’ll be interesting to see when exactly Microsoft comes out with official news about this update.

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