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June 11, 2012 at 7:15 AM

Commercial release of Windows Intune and details of Windows Azure and Windows Server 2012 highlighted at TechEd

The commercial release of Windows Intune, Microsoft’s cloud-based solution for PC and mobile device management and security, is now available, the company announced today at TechEd North America, Microsoft’s big technology conference for IT professionals and developers, happening this week in Orlando.

That release joins several other recent developments from Microsoft’s Server and Tools division. Those include the introduction last week of infrastructure-as-a-service capabilities on Windows Azure, joining its platform-as-a-service capabilities. It also includes the release last month of the Release Candidate of Windows Server 2012.

The live stream of the keynote is happening now here. Tomorrow’s keynote will also be streamed at the same link beginning at 5:30 a.m. PT/8:30 a.m. ET.

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