In the first week of Microsoft TechEd 2008, executives gave developers a glimpse of future Microsoft technologies. Now it's time for VARs and IT administrators to learn what these technologies will mean for them. Margie Semilof, senior news director for SearchWinIT.com, calls in from Orlando, Fla., to tell us how the second week of TechEd is going. We also discuss this week's Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston, where Google laid out its plans for success in the enterprise market.
By submitting your email address, you agree to receive emails regarding relevant topic offers from TechTarget and its partners. You can withdraw your consent at any time. Contact TechTarget at 275 Grove Street, Newton, MA.
Listen to and download every SearchITChannel.com podcast at SearchITChannel.com/download.
You must have Adobe Flash Player 7 or above to view this content.See http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer to download now.
Download for later:
Microsoft TechEd 2008, Google enters the "cloud"
• Internet Explorer: Right Click > Save Target As
• Firefox: Right Click > Save Link As
With big bang releases like Vista and Windows Server 2008 already on the market, Microsoft must dig deeper to wow the IT crowd now in town for the second week of TechEd 2008.
Bill Gates gave his last public speech as a Microsoft full-timer at TechEd 2008.
Google wants to parlay its Web search dominance into a presence inside corporate firewalls. A company exec says Google can win IT confidence there.
Many VARs view the looming specter of "cloud-based computing" with wariness, fearing they will be cut out of the vendor-customer interaction. Others see huge opportunities.