Microsoft starts moving more of its own services onto Windows Azure

Up until recently, relatively few of Microsoft own products or services were running on the company’s Windows Azure operating system.

Some of Live Mesh was on it. The Holm energy-tracking app was an Azure-hosted service. Pieces of its HealthVault solution were on Azure. But Hotmail, CRM Online, the Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) of hosted enterprise apps? Nope, nope and nope...

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