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  • Blog Post: Windows Essential Business Server 2008 RTM

    I’d like to do two things right off the bat in this, my first, blog post here… 1) Announce that Windows Essential Business Server 2008 has reached RTM! (English now, more languages to come soon) 2) Extend my sincere gratitude to the many customers, MVPs, users, partners and enthusiasts that...
  • Blog Post: Videos from WPC

    EBS activities continue at the Worldwide Partner Conference in Houston this week. Visit www.VARvid.com to see and hear partners in Houston discuss their thoughts and plans around EBS. For example, a video interview with Ed Correia of Sagacent Technologies is here , and an interview with Oliver Sommer...
  • Blog Post: EBS for Partners - meet the team in Dallas at SMB Summit

    EBS is a great product for IT admins in mid sized companies, but it also will have a huge impact on the way partners help mid sized companies. Both infrastructure partners and Line of Business partners (who need to get the right infrastructure underneath their apps) will want to think about their business...
  • Blog Post: EBS is a solid foundation for your line of business applications

    Essential Business Server will enhance the running and management of your line of business applications. We designed it that way. Sounds good, but how can that be true of a suite of infrastructure products? Let’s dive in and I’ll explain. A significant part of the purchase of a significant line of...
  • Blog Post: New feature : Adjust the level of protection provided by Security Server in Windows Essential Business Server 2008

    Security is of paramount importance in organization any size; it is no surprise that strong security solutions are deployed to protect various assets that provide the competitive advantage in the ever so challenging medium-sized business (up to 300 users/devices) segment. In many such organizations,...
  • Blog Post: Teched Los Angeles May 11-15 in LA will feature Essential Business Server

    Are you coming to Teched LA in May to learn about Windows Server, Exchange, System Center Essentials, Threat Management Gateway, Forefront for Exchange? I will be giving talks on Essential Business Server there and hanging out in the expo area with other EBS product team members, answering questions...
  • Blog Post: Top 3 Ways to Get More Out of Exchange with Windows Essential Business Server 2008

    [Today’s post comes to us courtesy of David Fabritius] Midsize businesses interested in upgrading to Exchange Server 2007 should consider Windows Essential Business Server (EBS) 2008. EBS 2008 is an integrated software suite that is designed and priced for midsize businesses and includes Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Tom Shinder speaks on Threat Management Gateway and EBS

    I’m sure many of you have at some point spent time on Dr Tom Shinder’s web site www.isaserver.org . Recently I caught a blog post from Dr Tom which really captured why we did in fact include Forefront Threat Management Gateway. He really hits the nail on the head here and talks about many of the things...
  • Blog Post: Where can I get the bits?

    I mentioned people running Essential Business Server live in my last post and want to answer a question I get often: How can I get the bits and play around with it? EBS is in a testing phase of the product right now. Our near feature complete Beta 2 has been available to an invite only Techbeta group...
  • Blog Post: How to Reinstall Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server in Essential Business Server

    [Today's post comes to us courtesy of Harpreet Singh] Today we will discuss how to remove and reinstall Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server in Essential Business Server. Important these steps will remove FSE, after you follow these steps, FSE will be removed from your server. Any settings...
  • Blog Post: Is Essential Business Server easier to use or does it have the full server products?

    The short answer is - both! But if you’ve bought software suites at a discount before, you may be skeptical. Often suites come with lesser products in them and restrictive wizards to accomplish a lower price or ease of use of one task. The EBS design team knew that midsized businesses and their IT...