Microsoft is in the midst of a transition into a devices-and-services company. Now comes a report that one of the products it may be working on offering as a service is its flagship operating system: Windows.
The company is reportedly developing a pay-per-use “Windows desktop as a service” offering, codenamed Mohoro, according to Mary Jo Foley at ZDNet. Foley notes that the project, from what she’s heard, will run on Windows Azure and is in a very early development phase. She offers more details here.
A Microsoft spokeswoman said the company does not comment on rumors or speculation.