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Are You Part of the 6%?

Enterprise-Class Resilience Is Achievable. But at What Cost?

by Kevin O'Connor | 01.15.16

Much like with cybersecurity breaches, it’s not a question of if your data center or network will go down, but when—and what—happens afterwards. And you had better be prepared if you want to be around for afterwards. Business survival numbers paint an ugly picture:

Tags:CloudCybersecurityData CenterDisaster RecoveryNetwork

Make Your Move to Windows Server 2012

3 Steps that Turn Mandatory into Meritorious

by Lane Shelton | 12.15.15

Almost everything is at risk now that updates and support for Windows Server 2003 has ceased. All existing instances are vulnerable. Making the move to Windows Server 2012 is not just a necessity; it’s well worth the investment in time and finances. But make certain you take these three steps first to ensure you end up with positive results. 

Tags:MicrosoftPC ConnectionSecurityVirtualizationWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

Windows Server 2016 Licensing and Beyond

Microsoft Is Making the Switch to Core-Based Licensing—but What Next?

by Matt Smith | 12.11.15

News just broke from Microsoft regarding some radical changes in how we will license Windows Server when 2016 releases next year. The new licensing model is very similar to the shift to core-based licensing from Proc-based licensing that we saw with SQL Server 2012. For those of you who worked through that, you will have the base knowledge to work from, as this experience will be similar.

Tags:CoresLicensingMicrosoftWindows Server

Upgrade Advantages

Look for These Advantages in Your Windows Server 2012 Upgrades

There’s More than Just Increased Security

by Patrick Renzi | 12.04.15

Now that you’ve upgraded to Windows Server 2012, you’ve noticed better performance and probably feel more secure with regard to vulnerability to cyber attacks. With those advantages in place, it’s time to look at some of the more advanced benefits just waiting for you. Here are two that can make a significant difference for your plans and executions.

Tags:Data CenterSecurityStorageWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

The Road to Hyper-Convergence

Knowing Your Server Situation Is Half the Battle

by Kurt Hildebrand | 11.06.15

Server assessments are an essential step on the road to migrating to a hyper-converged data center infrastructure. Understanding how you are utilizing your existing resources is critical for capacity planning as you strategically determine how to implement hyper-convergence solutions in your data center to reduce costs, streamline operations, and simplify management.

Tags:ITNetworkingStorageVirtualization

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