Recently, Microsoft has announced several deadlines for their products including Server 2003 and Windows 7. In addition, Microsoft was not entirely successfully with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
According to industry experts, Microsoft is still has a long way to go to produce a unified operating system to cover workstation, laptops, tablets and smart devices. They also report that Microsoft main goal is to collapse the number of platforms to one. Windows 9 could be the answer.
Here is a list of some features in the upcoming Windows 9 operating system:
- Windows 9 will allow expand on Cortana. Watch out Siri.
- Windows 9 Start Menu. That’s right, its back.
- Windows 9 will be smaller and offer many more apps.
- Windows 9 will work nicely with the cloud.
- Windows 9 will have advanced power management.
- Windows 9 will work with gestures and experiences.
What does Windows 9 mean to your IT staff, IT Support Services and Managed IT Services providers?
Simple. IT staff worldwide will have a companywide uniform IT infrastructure to monitor and maintain. When working with the same operating system on all workstations, notebooks, laptops, tablets and smart devices, this will give IT staff worldwide to increase security, uptime and productivity.
Currently, we can expect to see Windows 9 in a preview build by the end of September. Rumors have suggested a release date of late 2014 or early 2015.