Mark Russinovich, technical fellow at Microsoft, explains that Microsoft has now over 100,000 active Windows Azure subscriptions.
7. Windows RT
For the first time, Microsoft actually really targeted its ARM-based Windows RT version at businesses. How? Well, yeah, they went the "lock down" route. Since Windows RT devices can't run x86 software they're inherently more secure than their Windows 8 counterparts. Plus, Windows RT will allow companies to side-load apps automatically to all Windows RT devices that join the network, such as this little example app by fictional Microsoft company "Contoso" that allows admins to discover and manage devices: