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Windows Server 2008: What's the Holdup?

With apologies to our friends outside the U.S. who were probably working yesterday, we're still recovering from a long holiday weekend here and all the work we missed on Monday. So, get ready for some quick hits today. (Yes, that means you get a break from RCPU's usual ponderings, but we'll be back to ponder tomorrow.) Also, we'll have a Friday edition this week, so be on the lookout for that.

In the meantime, as the grill cools and the kids whine about going back to school, have a gander at Keith Ward's excellent story on why, exactly, Windows Server 2008 is delayed again.

And, remember, always feel free to comment on any entry you see here at lpender@rcpmag.com. And enjoy those Labor Day leftovers, if there are any.

Posted by Lee Pender on 09/04/2007 at 1:21 PM


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