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About Enterprise Infrastructure Management

Whether you're implementing a Windows infrastructure or expanding one, you need guidance on the management tools and best practices that can keep your Windows environment under control This section contains resources to help administrators design, maintain, and manage their Windows infrastructure. From developing a proper change management strategy to helping Windows managers maintain up-to-date compliance documentation for Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulatory requirements, this topic page includes tips, tutorials and the latest news on Windows enterprise infrastructure management. Here you will find information on disaster recovery tools and technologies, Windows capacity management and IT problem management, as well as Windows service-level resources and help desk advice.