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Get the Intel You Need to Head to the Cloud

by Balaji Srinivasan | 07.16.13

As virtualization and cloud computing become a bigger part of your organization’s IT strategies, you want to be able to stay on the forefront of changing business landscape, while also ensuring your data remains secure. We have some insights into how these two big issues are affecting business and IT today, and how Intel® is working to build powerful, secure cloud computing solutions.

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Cloud-Optimize IT with Windows Server 2012

Answering Your OS and Licensing Questions

by Lane Shelton | 06.17.13
Windows Server 2012 is specifically designed to help you cloud-optimize your unique computing environment. When Microsoft introduced Windows Server 2012, a whole host of new features and licensing options came along with it. We know it can be difficult to navigate these changes, especially the licensing options, as you make the most out of your data center and embark on virtualization projects. That’s why we’re here to break it down for you.

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Reach Your Server Virtualization Goals

It’s Time for a Total Performance Analysis

by Tony D'Ancona | 06.13.13

You’ve probably realized that best practices for virtualization have changed quite a bit since you initially put together your virtual infrastructure. Most organizations still have, on average, only 30% of their severs virtualized, and they’re looking to make the most of their infrastructure as they try to meet today’s virtualization needs. That’s why we offer a Total Performance Analysis for your virtual infrastructure, which can help you make the most of your virtualization investment.

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