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.
Active Directory (AD) plays a central role for many organizations’ Windows Domain architecture and access control, so it’s essential to maintain a clean and correct AD to avoid any potential security and operational risks. View now to explore the risks and challenges of AD that organizations face today and uncover best practices to address them.
This expert e-guide discusses the improvements to server virtualization and cloud support in Windows Server 2012. Also, learn more about managing access control to data within Active Directory with Windows Rights Management Services.
Every Active Directory administrator will agree that the health stability and recoverability of Active Directory is essential for the enterprise. If Active Directory fails, even in the slightest manner, one or all of the services and communications with Active Directory can also fail. Read this white paper to learn more.
Email has historically been a weak link in organizational security. Classification and policy based strategies enable email to be managed more securely and effectively. Email classification is a technique for adding metadata and visual labels to email.
WAN performance is critical to enterprise business around the globe. Read this white paper to learn the latest WAN optimization technologies, market products available for optimizations and analyst recommended WAN best practices.
Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is the source of nearly all authentication and authorization in most Windows environments, which means it's critical to keep up and running. While AD's features can protect against some failures, there are others it can't recover from on its own. So what do you do when that dreaded day of disaster arrives?
Getting control over desktop PCs is fast becoming a major strategic objective of CIOs and IT departments. This whitepaper will discuss “The Five Elements of Desktop Control” and how each are required in order to fully realize the benefits of a controlled environment.
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