Godkväll,

Micke och jag spelade i söndags kväll in ett avsnitt för den amerikanska utgåvan av TechNet Radio. Det handlade om Essential Business Server och varför man [som mindre eller mellanstort företag] verkligen kan ha glädje av den.

Lite ovant att göra radio på engelska, men ok – jag tror det funkade i slutändan? :) Så lyssna gärna! Men vi har också filmat våra förehavanden – så kolla gärna in det också, vi skulle tycka det vore jättekul med feedback (mail till thenerdherd@live.com) på just detta med rörlig bild – då vi funderar på att göra detta för The Nerd Herd också?

Mvh/Micke

September 30, 2008

Windows Essential Business Server: Deployment and Migration Best Practices

Windows Essential Business Server 2008 is a new multi-server solution designed to meet the IT infrastructure needs of mid-size businesses. It is built on the Windows Server 2008 technologies and including key workloads of Messaging, Security, and Management. This TechNet Radio session covers best practices for deploying Windows Essential Business Server in the most common deployment and migration scenarios.  We will also go into the differences between the Essential Business Server and Small Business Server platforms.  Plus, we feature another installment of our ‘tip of the week’ with Chris Avis.

Length: 0:39:20

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Participants

Eric Ostrowski

Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

Chris Avis

IT Pro Evangelist

Michael Anderberg

IT Pro Evangelist at Microsoft in Sweden. For all of his 12 years at Microsoft his main focus has always been the Windows operating system as well as infrastructure platform. He is also the primary security speaker and spokes person for MS Sweden. Together with MVP Mikael Nyström he hosts the award winning podcast show 'The Nerd Herd' in Sweden in Swedish for the Swedish IT Pro Audience.

Mikael Nyström

Senior Executive Consultant at TrueSec in Sweden. Mikael Nyström worked in the IT industry since the era of 8” floppy as an technician, consultant, administrator and god knows what. Has been focused on Microsoft products since DOS 2.11 and work manly with infrastructure, virtualization and deployment for enterprise class companies and SBS (and now EBS) for the standard companies. Works closely with Microsoft in Sweden but also with different teams in Redmond. Mikael does deliver training, seminars and standard work as a consultant and besides that he is the second half of “The Nerd Herd” and hi has recorded many TechNet TV sessions.