TechNet Magazine: June 2011

hh241058(v=msdn.10).md Editor's Note: To Tech·Ed and Back

By Lafe Low

We’re just back from Tech·Ed North America 2011, and still absorbing all that energy, all the contacts, updates and announcements. As you made have heard, we disclosed a number of new capabilities this week that will become available in next version of Windows Phone, codenamed Mango. Of the new capabilities and enhancements that were announced, I think the integration with Microsoft cloud platforms and services, specifically Office 365, is important news. Read more…



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