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  • Avoid Windows Server 2003 Upgrade Gaffes

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc.

    In this expert e-guide, explore how consistency, compatibility, and contingency planning can make or break your migration away from WS 2003. Read on to learn why it's critical to create a library of canonical images of systems and how to assess and clean up apps, data, and services.

  • Tips, Tricks, and Tactics for Managing Software Licensing

    Sponsored by: CDW Corporation

    This expert e-guide provides tips, tricks, and tactics to help you successfully approach software license management. Inside, find techniques for managing software licenses in virtual data centers, a checklist for effective software licensing, and more.

  • Top Ten Reasons for Choosing Microsoft Windows Server 2012 with Dell

    Sponsored by: Dell and Microsoft

    This technical blog discusses the top ten reasons for combining server refresh and migration to Windows Server 2012. Learn more about the key benefits a combined software and hardware upgrade can provide to your storage, networking, systems management and virtualization.

  • E-Guide: Tips to further explore the benefits of virtualization

    Sponsored by: SearchDataCenter.com

    When it comes to virtualization, budget planning is the key to success for any organization. This e-guide reviews why no matter what kind of cost saving benefits virtualization promises, having an established budget is essential to help with new purchases, ongoing support and software licensing costs.

  • Definitive Guide to Exchange Server 2010 Migration: Chapter 1: Under the Hood of Exchange Server 2010

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    Migrating to Exchange Server 2010 from the 2007 edition is becoming a must, as the 2010 edition offers improved email archiving, high-availability, and optimal storage features. But as you begin to explore the possibilities of upgrading to Exchange 2010, do you have a proper plan in place?

  • Expert e-guide: Traditional mainframes and the future of this technology

    Sponsored by: CA Technologies.

    This expert e-guide discusses the benefits and weaknesses of both the mainframe and x86 architectures. Determine whether one of these platforms is better suited for virtualization and cloud computing than the other and get predictions for the future of each.

  • SearchExchange.com eGuide: Moving from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 in 12 steps

    Sponsored by: IBM

    So you've decided that Exchange Server 2010 is the way to go? After you've done all your homework and reviewed the prerequisites of moving completely off of Exchange 2003 and onto Exchange 2010, this tutorial will guide you through the migration process in just 12 steps. Sound impossible? Roll up your sleeves and find out.

  • IBM BladeCenter: Build Smarter IT

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This family brochure highlights the features, functions and benefits of the IBM family of blade chassis and blades, including the BladeCenter S chassis, the HS22, LS22, LS42, HS12, JS12, JS22, JS23, JS43 and BladeCenter Options.

  • IBM Systems Solution with SAP Discovery System

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Whether you plan to integrate new SAP products into your infrastructure or are preparing for an upgrade, the IBM Systems solution with SAP Discovery system can help you thoroughly evaluate SAP applications - and validate their benefits.

  • Composite applications - Break the delivery logjam with HP Service Virtualization

    Sponsored by: Hewlett-Packard Company

    This whitepaper takes a look at service virtualization, and how it can speed application development by replicating unavailable components, and improve quality control with multiple scenario testing.

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