Read this white paper to learn about the improved virtualization, storage, networking, and other features of Windows Server 2012. Time is running out for Windows Server 2003 support and now is the right time to begin your migration to Windows Server 2012.
In this e-guide, the experts offer insight on why a Windows Server OS refresh is critical. Read on to discover the risks you will be introducing into your enterprise if you continue operating with aging infrastructure.
This white paper outlines the strategies for migrating away from WS 2003 and how WS 2012 may be the easiest upgrade path. Read on now to uncover the steps to overcoming the applications holding back your migration away before WS 2003 end of life.
Access the following white paper to uncover the basic rules of the road when migrating from Windows Server 2003. This paper is the second part in a four part series; read on now and learn about the strategic and tactical choices in migrating to new OS from Windows Server 2003.
How will Windows Server 2008 affect your Active Directory environment? This white paper details backup and recovery in Windows Server 2008 and offers tips on how to protect your Active Directory.
In Windows Server® 2008, Microsoft is introducing new features and technologies that will help to reduce the power consumption of server and client operating systems, minimize environmental byproducts, and increase server efficiency. This document describes some of these features and technologies.
In this paper, various configurations of Exchange Server 2007 are tested in physical and virtual environments to evaluate the performance scalability and to understand the sizing requirements for Exchange Server 2007 in a virtualized environment.
This presentation transcript will discuss the top ten most useful advantages of Windows Server 2008 R2. Gain insight into improvements made to Terminal Services and Hyper-V that can provide your organization with increased flexibility.
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