The cloud according to Microsoft: WPC 2012

Microsoft isn't pulling its punches when it comes to selling its strategy and as far as the software giant is concerned it wants to own it all - the applications, the infrastructure and the devices.

The second day of Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2012) offered a jam-packed and diverse agenda, which certainly ensured that partners got a good idea of just how encompassing Microsoft’s strategy is.

The message to the partners is clear, Microsoft wants to own the compete conversation from the applications to the infrastructure and the devices that users will work with every day.

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