Special Report: Your 2011–2013 Windows Server Environment
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®

The past two to four years have been difficult ones for IT administrators. Advances in server technology promise tantalizing benefits, such as higher consolidation ratios and reduced costs. However, an uncertain economy often makes budget-conscious organizations reluctant to upgrade their servers despite the possible gains. As a result, many small to mid-size businesses that run Windows Server 2003 on older hardware are overdue for a server refresh. Still, others wonder about how emerging server technologies will affect their server room in the near future.

Read this special report to discover the new capabilities updated software provides. You'll also learn the advantages of modern hardware and garner best practices on upgrading to newer software and hardware.

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