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March 08, 2018
Selected technical features and technical support twilight inspires more Windows Server 2008 and 2012 IT shops to upgrade to Windows Server 2016.
May 06, 2015
Microsoft has re-factored Windows Server around containers, but IT pros must wait a little longer before they can actually test them out.
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Microsoft made Cubic the default congestion control provider for Windows 10 and plans to do the same for Windows Server 2019. Learn what this means for your organization. Continue Reading
Windows Server 2016 Network Controller serves up advanced SDN features that give admins more control over virtual and physical network components. But nothing in life is free. Continue Reading
Microsoft wants Windows Server 2016 to serve as a gateway to get workloads in Azure, but some administrators must work harder to keep pace with the company's initiatives. Continue Reading
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Microsoft caters to both traditional server admins and automation experts in Windows Server 2016, but there will come a time when IT won't have a management choice. Continue Reading
As older versions of Windows Server age, businesses will consider a Windows Server 2016 upgrade. Containers and application compatibility are two areas to be aware of. Continue Reading
Windows Server 2016 has some features -- including software-defined storage capabilities and Nano Server -- that are worth learning, even if your business isn't interested. Continue Reading
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Two similar-sounding versions of Windows Server 2016 Essentials have important differences, such as the number of licenses each enables a business to use. Continue Reading
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Is it better to approach a potential Windows Server 2016 upgrade using in-house staff, or should we seek the help of consultants? Continue Reading