This event was aimed at home users. He did say there would be an announcement at CeBIT focusing on Enterprise. Hyper V is available in the Windows 8 Developer Preview and the new version too. You just need to enable it.
Another interesting thing he said was after the Consumer Preview stage, their next milestone is a Release Candidate. Most analyists and Pundits say Consumer Preview (beta) would be it, and the OEM final will be released in October. I think that is a goal MS can reach, but the RC version was news to me.
8 pages of vague information, not much of whcih sheds any light on anything, goes on about features that already exist, like BranchCache and DirectAccess. Very little new in it, like Windows To Go. Doesn't really give much for businesses to go on.
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