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Think the release of Windows 8 means there’s toil and trouble brewing for desktop deployment specialists and IT project managers? Not so! It’s really not that spooky and here are 3 reasons why:
As you plan for your new client OS deployment, don’t forget the backend. Although you can implement Windows 8 client without having Windows Server 2012 and vise-versa, you’ll get the most benefits when using the two together, including new BitLocker functionality, BranchCache improvements, Kerberos authentication capabilities, security auditing enhancements, smart card-related features and TLS/SSL (Schannel SSP) changes. As well, management of Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 is coming to the System Center family of products with the System Center 2012 SP1 Beta in addition to a host of other enhancements.
So here are your calls to action…get downloading and testing the new versions of Windows client, Windows server and System Center for yourself: