Early last month I noticed that Microsoft had published their Common Engineering Criteria Program for Microsoft Server Products and yesterday via Twitter I saw that the Microsoft Common Engineering Criteria (CEC) website had relaunched, the common engineering criteria “establishes a set of engineering requirements across all Microsoft server products,  the aim of the CEC program is to reduce the overall total cost of ownership (TCO) through improved integration, manageability, security, reliability, and other critical infrastructure attributes.”  It makes an interesting read and may help to explain why Microsoft do certain things the way they do.

Posted by markparris

Microsoft MVP - Enterprise mobility.

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