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  • Blog Post: SBS myths dispelled...by "Tom"

    In the course of talking to many Microsoft partners and customers, the Windows Small Business Server team has learned that there are sometimes misperceptions about the product, in many cases based on experiences with the earlier versions of SBS. In hopes of dispelling some of these "myths," the team...
  • Blog Post: Guest Post: Marathon and Microsoft fault tolerant computing

    Hi, I'm Jerry Melnick, ch ief technology officer at Marathon Technologies. Today we announced an expanded development and marketing agreement with Microsoft that underscores industry recognition of the growing need to eliminate downtime for your most important applications. Working together, Marathon...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft.com Now Running Windows Server 2008 R2 Beta

    Do you remember the tale of the Windows Server 2008 “Lone Server” ? Maybe it was read to you as a bedtime story as a change from “Mommy, Why Is There a Server in the House?” There he was, this poor Windows Server 2003 server, all alone in a server farm of Windows Server 2008 machines. Out-of-date. Out...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Partnership with RSA for Information Protection

    Hi all – I’m David Hastie, senior product manager in the Identity and Security Business Group here at Microsoft. I wanted to flag an announcement Microsoft made today in the area of information protection and data loss prevention. It involves Rights Management Services in Windows Server 2008. In...
  • Blog Post: Essential Business Server at Convergence

    Lots happening in Orlando at Convergence 2008 - the Microsoft Dynamics users' conference. Steve Ballmer and vice president Kirill Tatarinov are speaking and the Dynamics team is making a number of announcements , including a partnership with EDS to extend Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployments, a preview...
  • Blog Post: High Availability - January Marketing Wave

    Building High Availability Infrastructures with Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering Date: Monday January 21, 2008; Time: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM PST Discover how Failover Clustering with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise enables you to build a highly available infrastructure. We give you an overview...
  • Blog Post: Essential Business Server blog

    The team behind Windows Essential Business Server 2008 for midsized companies (part of the newly announced Windows Essential Server Solutions family and formerly known as "Centro") has launched a team blog here . Group Program Manager Eric Watson provides the introduction: In this Blog, key people...
  • Blog Post: Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7 Beta released!

    Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7 Beta is now available on the Microsoft Download Center . Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7 enables IT pros to manage roles and features that are installed on remote computers that are running Windows Server 2008 R2 (and, for some roles and...
  • Blog Post: What a launch!! Thank you IT Pros!!! And some Cool Stuff....

    What a Launch Wave it has been! I've just returned from celebrating Windows Server 2008 with many of you all over the world. It was great to hear your stories and see how Windows Server 2008 will fit into many of your organizations. For those of you who were not able to attend a launch event, check out...
  • Blog Post: "Crossing your fingers," "Rubbing your lucky rabbit's foot," or WSFC? It's your choice.

    Cross your fingers. Rub your lucky rabbit’s foot. Pray to the server gods. It won’t happen to you, right? But what if it does happen? And the servers are down... Maybe you can help save your company from some of the heartache and costs of downtime. Failover Clustering has been around...