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Looking for a Few Good Longhorn Apps

OK, it's not "Longhorn" anymore, now that Bill Gates has made it official that the next version of the server OS will be called Windows Server 2008. Whatever it's called, Microsoft is looking for ISV partners to earn early certification for their applications on this edition of Windows Server. They're calling the program the Early Access Program (EAP) for Windows Server Logo Certification, and the enrollment deadline is May 31. Some benefits include Microsoft Partner Points, testing support and joint marketing.

More details on the Windows Server 2008 programs for partners is available here.

Posted by Scott Bekker on May 17, 2007


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