64-bit technology: What it means for your favorite apps

Increased memory benefits and faster performance have made 64-bit all the rage. But what about its affect on applications like Exchange and SQL Server? In this podcast, systems software engineer Gary Olsen calls in to discuss what 64-bit means to applications running in Windows environments.

In this podcast, systems software engineer Gary Olsen calls in to discuss what 64-bit means to applications running in Windows environments. Key topics include:
  • Active Directory DC
  • Virtualization
  • Terminal Services
  • Exchange Server
  • Increased memory benefits and faster performance have made 64-bit all the rage. But what about its affect on applications like Exchange and SQL Server?

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