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Microsoft Flips the Switch on Azure

Redmond's much-discussed cloud platform is open for business as of today. (That is to say that those of you who have been using it for free will need to start paying for it if you want to stay on it.) We've droned on here about the cloud and its importance for Microsoft many times in the past, so we're going to leave it to Redmond columnist Mary Jo Foley to talk about some of the ramifications of Microsoft hanging Azure's virtual shingle.

Posted by Lee Pender on 02/01/2010 at 1:22 PM


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