Microsoft used day two of its Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) to focus on announcements related to its enterprise business: Azure SQL Data Warehouse is now generally available; Windows Server 2016 and Systems Center 2016 will be released this fall; and enterprise customers get new subscription options for Windows 10 and Surface devices. But it was the Office 365 case study that surprised many onlookers, with Facebook CIO Timothy Campos declaring that Microsoft had got its mojo back and was now “cool again.” …
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