Kurt Hildebrand - Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
Kurt Hildebrand
Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
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Lane Shelton
Vice President of Software Business Development
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Rich Faille
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Migrating From Server 2003 The First Step

Planning Makes Perfect When Moving to Server 2012

by Jonathan Clark | Wednesday, March 25, 2015

As you no doubt know, support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 is coming to an end. It’s been a great 12 years, but it’s time for a change—and a change to Server 2012 will keep your organization safe under Microsoft’s watchful eyes for years to come. But it’s not as simple as just pushing a button.

Experienced IT pros know that the key to any successful large-scale project is planning—and migrating from Microsoft Server 2003 to Server 2012 is no different. Otherwise you’re just winging it, and the end result will be no better than if you had stayed with 2003. However, there’s a crucial first step within that first step.

What You Need to Know About Licensing for Windows Server 2012

What’s the Difference between Standard and Datacenter Editions?

by Patrick Renzi | 03.23.15

In part one of our three-part look into Windows Server 2012, we took a deep dive into the new licensing options. Today, we’re going to closely examine what really sets the two licensing options—Standard or Datacenter—apart.

Windows Server 2012: Optimize for Success

The Cloud Is the Key

by Stacy Cote | 03.20.15

Windows Server 2012 R2 gives users a lot of freedom in their work environments—the product answers the need for a good deal of flexibility, while realizing that simply connecting to a private cloud isn’t enough. Combining Windows Server 2012 and the cloud means optimizing for success. For the top three reasons why these two are such a happy pair, keep reading. 

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