Windows Server 2012

, 2012-04-17

Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President Brad Anderson announced today at the Microsoft Management Summit 2012 in Las Vegas that the next version of Windows Server will be called Windows Server 2012. Windows Server 2012 shares a common code base with Windows 8 (which is the client version of the OS). You can read more about what is going into Windows 8 on the Building Windows 8 blog, which tends to focus more on client-side innovations, but there have been a number of posts that focus more on the server side, such as this one.

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