In a blog post Thursday, Brad Anderson, corporate vice president of Cloud and Enterprise, focused on the three key elements of the suite: Identity and access management delivered by Azure Active Directory Premium, mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) delivered by Windows Intune, and data protection delivered by Azure AD Rights Management Services.
Customers who use the public cloud see benefits from lower prices. But organizations that also use private and hosted clouds can only benefit if their public cloud vendor “has at the core of its strategy an intention to take everything that it is learning from operating that public cloud and delivering it back for use in datacenters around world – not just in its own,” writes Brad Anderson, corporate vice president, Windows Server & System Center.
Last week, Corporate Vice President of Windows Server and System Center Program Management Brad Anderson became the first Microsoft executive to deliver a keynote at Oracle OpenWorld. In his keynote, Anderson showcased how Microsoft and Oracle are working together to give customers flexibility and choice.