To help you understand and see the benefits of Windows Server 2012, below are some valuable resources to help you and your business. If you would like to download a free trial, please follow the link here.

How to buy Windows Server 2012

Confused about how you can purchase Windows Server 2012? Feel like you do not have enough understanding of the versions available? Then this article is a must read. This article provides guidance on how you can purchase Windows Server 2012 with detailed information about the versions available, licensing and processors, volume licensing, upgrades under software assurance, client access licenses and a list of useful links for further information.

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The Big Data Report

In 2012 alone, we produced 2.7 zettabytes of data according to research firm IDC. Anthony Saxby, Information Platform Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft UK provides an insight to what Microsoft’s definition of Big Data is in this Whitepaper along with Andrew Cameron, and Gilda Foss also providing their definitions of Big Data. Along with Q&A’s with leading Managers, the Big Data Report explores how big data will benefit decision makers and how they can best leverage Big Data when making core business decisions.

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How to build your own storage subsystem in Windows Server 2012

Microsoft has built in a vast array of new features to Windows Server 2012, but how can businesses use these features to make the most of them? This How-to-guide explores how users can manage disks, how to choose a protocol, extending the data center and the added security feature of BitLocker. 

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How to manage Windows Server 2012

Windows Server 2012 provides two key tools to allow users to manage their servers; Server Manager and PowerShell. This articles explores what these two tools are and how they can help to manager the user’s server.

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Revealed: Windows Server 2012’s hidden features

Windows Server 2012 has a vast array of new features with some less well known than others. This article explores those less well-known features such as Network Interface Card, Non-Uniform Memory Access and Hyper V Extensible Switch. To see a full description of what these features are and how they can improve the efficiency of your business, click here.