Interview about Windows Server ''Longhorn''

Posted on Saturday, September 17 2005 @ 13:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Here's a Q&A session with Bob Muglia, Microsoft's senoir vice president, about the upcoming Windows Server "Longhorn".
At the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2005, Bob Muglia, Microsoft’s senior vice president for the Windows Server Division, showcased some of the new capabilities and benefits in the upcoming Windows Server, code-named Windows Server “Longhorn,” and outlined how developers can use WinFX to take advantage of the rich set of identity and access capabilities. To learn more about these announcements and what they mean for developers and IT professionals, PressPass spoke with Muglia.
Check out the full interview at Microsoft's Website. The server version of Windows Vista still carries the "Longhorn" codename. It's not sure how Microsoft will call the final version of their new server OS.

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