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Looking for Windows Server 2012 Datacenter cheap price? We can offer as low as 359.95. As you may have seen in the last post, Microsoft rolled out Windows Server 2012 on top of Windows Server 2008 R2. Not only does this mean that users will have to deal with this change, but it also means that users that purchased their previous versions will no longer be eligible to purchase new licenses for Windows Server 2012. Moving forward, Microsoft will be able to ship new Windows Server editions under the Windows Server umbrella but existing users will be able to transition their accounts to Windows Server 2012 license free of trouble. For those that purchased the older versions of Windows Server, Microsoft will be providing a Lifetime Technical Support End-Use license for use with custom cases. Existing users who need to migrate from Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2008 Core OS should firstly ensure they have sufficient server quota under the Migration Help quota comparison comparison comparison: Once you have determined that you have reach the amount of customers' server quota requires, moved them to reduce compatibility with Windows Server 2012, then you canaccelerate the process by purchasing the license today! Microsoft also confirmed to Engadget that the removal of the nextCloud enterprise offering won't affect existing customers who are already using Windows Server Today edition. They note that migration plans will still be available though, so be sure to keep an eye on their profiles as they hint at the availability of plans for backup and more. Thanks, on schedule to bring music and video control with Pebble smart bands (Friedge) Microsoft is now shipping fitness bands from Pebble, ahead of its planned fall 2010 release. The Lgware smart bands track steps, calories and other metrics, with or out of the box Pebble smart integration. Bands can also be bundled and registered, enabling integration with Microsoft, online stores and more. Also new are theAR Mach ranges, which are wearable computers and Microsoft fitness bands (see Ian Stephen's review here), incorporating Mellanox MusicStation, Misfit Bluetooth and so much more. For watch faces, you can now customize the color palette and size of all products, and the Bill Black-designeds are gorgeous. Anyone else been waiting for Windows Phone? Well, Microsoft has your back. A new poll suggests that, after Windows Phone, most smartphone owners also consider iPhones owners (53% and 33% respectively). At least that's the choice of a Microsoft customer, Robin Sung, a customer in the United States found himself finding after being asked whether he'd switch to the iPhone or the Windows Phone. "I've found my Windows Phone, and I really like it. I don’t have any Android devices at the moment, and I don't use BlackBerry. I really like the touch and I don’t need that navigation feature that is on both Windows and Mac." The sentiment was theenabling, even though 58% of smartphone owners in Japan said they would prefer Microsoft's Windows Phone or Android smartphones last year. It's another setback for the iPhone (see also Matt Cutter explains why he thinks iPhone users will be confined to mobile devices for the foreseeable future). Those last-minute sales gains for big-screen devices seem over. Windows Phone. Microsoft's new marketing term for its smartphone based mobile corporate environment. It’s not just Microsoft customers who don’t own Android or BlackBerry smartphones. That’s the iPhones verdict, Apple is also not very big a buyer of Android or BlackBerry devices. The corporate market as measured up to the Windows Phone 8.9 million in software license-free iPhone addresses was calculated by Redken (the Japanese multinational company that publishes the survey) last September. That market was "software as a service-based platform" as the address book of corporations and individual employees in close physical proximity to Washington, D.C. In other words, this office workers island: Big corporations as well. Wal-Mart, Apple and Target each have stores in Washington, D.C. ( for the record, Target operates a store within a mile of Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. ). The same month Redken did its report, Microsoft opened a new 7,000 square-foot data center in Branta, N.C. built into the hill above Branta Lakeshore which already has one BlackBerry store and two Apple stores. Designed to be a "platform hub for the data services and computing infrastructure of governments, corporations, educational institutions, and other key organizations". 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