Wednesday, 25 July 2007
Microsoft is breaking another release promise as it is pushing back the launch of Windows Server 2008 until February next year. The software, that was previously known by its "Longhorn" code name, had previously been promised for late this year.
Few people are surprised, yet Microsoft still thinks that it can argue that this delay isn't an actual delay. The code will still be finished by the end of the year, the company argues in a blog posting, so it didn't break its release promise.
For a company that hasn't been able to release a single product on time so far this year, Microsoft doesn't have a lot of credibility in arguing that this delay just that.
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