This Quick Reference Guide is for people who need to understand the basics of how Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 is licensed and sold. This guide does not supersede or replace any of the legal documentation covering SQL Server use rights.
This expert guide illustrates five migration issues that IT admins must tackle in order to upgrade to Exchange 2016 without adversely affecting end users. Additionally, read on to formulate a recovery plan for Office 365 outages by asking yourself the seven essential questions outlined here.
Microsoft Exchange Server has been the standard in many businesses but with the release of v.2016 and support of older versions expiring, it's time to reassess the options. Besides upgrading or sticking with your current Exchange server versions, this guide offers two more options. Read on to learn which server will best serve you.
With the non-stop release of software promising shiny new features, it's easy to feel a little overwhelmed when considering migration options. This is especially true with the release of Exchange 2016. Focusing on the four versions of Exchange Server currently supported this guide reviews their usefulness and compatibility. Read on to learn more.
This white paper outlines the new server offered by a leading vendor. Learn about the strategic and tactical choices when migrating to the new system, the most efficient tools, and how it can handle inherent challenges.
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Virtualization technology isn't complete without a hypervisor. This final chapter of the Introduction to Virtualization e-book explains some hypervisor basics—highlighting the differences between bare-metal and hosted hypervisors—and lists some features that you should look for when selecting one for your virtual environment.