Microsoft is now shipping a new update for its Windows Server operating system that adds a few more features to its desktop server offerings, including support for the Cloud Storage service.
The new version of the update adds the ability to store all of the data that you have on a file system, including folders and subfolders.
The Cloud Storage feature allows you to create and manage files in the cloud, allowing you to access them from a desktop machine, even if you don’t have a cloud drive.
Microsoft has also updated the operating system to add support for USB storage, as well as support for file and directory access via Windows Explorer.
As a refresher, the Cloud File System service will allow you to manage files and directories on Windows Server by providing an easy-to-use, secure, and extensible way to access files, folders, and directories.
Microsoft also introduced an update to the OS in April that added support for encryption, so that file sharing and file synchronization between different devices can be encrypted.
This new update, however, brings new capabilities to the Windows Server desktop.
It now also adds support for Cloud Storage for cloud storage devices.
You can now use a device running Windows Server to access your files and folders on your cloud storage account.
The Microsoft cloud storage service is designed to be a secure storage for your personal files and data.
This includes file data, such as documents, and data like calendar entries, that can be shared across multiple devices.
It also includes storage of shared data like your calendar, music, and photos.
The ability to create, manage, and access files and files folders is available in the Windows Azure cloud.
Windows Server is available as an optional service on Windows Azure.
The cloud service can be used to access and share files, directories, and other file types from Windows Server.
If you don, it will offer to sync files and/or folders between multiple devices, and Microsoft will provide the storage on request.
Windows Azure is the cloud platform that powers Microsoft’s cloud offerings.
Microsoft is currently offering Windows Server as an Azure Service Pack for $4.99 per month for enterprise customers.
It is also available for $2.99/month for home users.
Microsoft says that this upgrade is available for both Windows Server and Windows Azure, but it will be available for all of its services.