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Join Us For InformationWeek Live To Discuss Microsoft's Enterprise Server Announcements

Microsoft plans to launch Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, and Visual Studio 2008 on Feb. 27 -- the first server OS upgrade in five years, and the first database upgrade in three. The products are the foundation of Microsoft's lucrative servers and tools business. But with Microsoft fallen behind on key technologies for the server products, and challenges from competitors including Linux, can Microsoft maintain momentum?
Microsoft plans to launch Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, and Visual Studio 2008 on Feb. 27 -- the first server OS upgrade in five years, and the first database upgrade in three. The products are the foundation of Microsoft's lucrative servers and tools business. But with Microsoft fallen behind on key technologies for the server products, and challenges from competitors including Linux, can Microsoft maintain momentum?Join InformationWeek executive editor Mitch Wagner and senior editor Nick Hoover as we explore the issues in a live audio Q&A 3 pm Eastern time Tuesday. Just go to the InformationWeek Live page on TalkShoe or call (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 12478 or visit us at the CMP Amphitheater in Second Life

And read all about the announcements in Hoover's in-depth report on the upcoming announcements and what they mean to IT.