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  • Windows Server 2008 EOS and Hardware Preparation Tips

    Windows Server 2008's end of life deadline is quickly approaching, and now is the time to start planning out next steps if you haven't already. Enter this E-Guide to learn some important points to consider as you map out your server OS's new life.

  • Ewel, Inc. Evolves Their Storage Environment with Dell EMC Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct Ready Nodes

    Discover how Ewel, Inc. used Storage Spaces Direct Ready Nodes to improve the reliability, performance, and scalability of their environment by downloading this case study. You'll also learn how your company could similarly benefit from a software-defined storage (SDS) architecture.

  • Begin Preparing for Windows Server 2008

    Find out everything you'll need to be aware of as you look to map out your Windows Server environment's next steps – and everything to keep in mind to avoid exposing security vulnerabilities or otherwise jeopardize your current system's health.

  • Animal Logic Leverages Dell EMC for Digital Animation

    Animal Logic is an award winning digital animation and visual effects studio, whose portfolio includes some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. In this clip, find out how they built an IT infrastructure that can sustain the massive compute demands of VFX.

  • Software-Defined for Microsoft Windows Server

    Learn more about Dell's software-defined architecture built especially for Microsoft environments like Windows Server and Storage Spaces Direct. Get a firsthand glimpse into the additional capabilities software-defined can introduce to networking, storage, virtualized, and all other corners of your infrastructure composition.

  • Windows Server 2019: Versions Compared Side-By-Side

    Inside, discover what Windows Server 2019 brings to the table – and how to build a hardware strategy that capitalizes on its fresh hybrid cloud focus. Plus, see how this version compares to the previous 2008 R2, 2012 R2, and 2016 offerings.

  • Brace for Windows Server 2008's End-of-Service Deadline

    Windows Server 2008 end-of-service is just around the corner. Flip through the various considerations IT decision makers should focus on as they mull over their Windows Server 2008 upgrade options – with a particular focus on oft-overlooked hardware choices.

  • Developing an Effective Workload Placement Strategy

    Determining where to run your workloads is a top challenge for IT today. There's almost never a one-size-fits-all approach, and you may find yourself choosing between the on-premises, public cloud, or private cloud options for each and every workload. Read this whitepaper to learn how to make the best choice for each.

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