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  • Windows Server 2008 EOS and Hardware Preparation Tips

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    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.

  • Software-Defined for Microsoft Windows Server

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    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.

  • Cloud Lessons Learned: Four Companies that Migrated Windows Server

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Continue reading to get a firsthand look into how four companies – who likely share characteristics with your own – used the cloud to extend the lifespan of their existing Windows Server workloads, enhancing compliance and security capabilities in the process.

  • Preparing for Windows Server 2008 End of Support

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    To help smooth the transition from Windows Server 2008 to Azure, this guide offers a three-step blueprint to help plan out the migration process from start to finish. Download now to see the steps for yourself.

  • Windows Server on Azure: The Ultimate Guide

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    A lot of business functions rely on Windows Server. While this isn't a surprising fact considering its place as the OS of choice for most enterprises, it's starting to enter its final days of compatibility. Find out how to leverage your existing Windows Server expertise to give your organization a leg up in the age of cloud computing.

  • From End of Support to Azure: A Migration Path

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Inside this guide, gain access to a collection of tactical cloud migration tips – particularly useful if your enterprise is still running on-premises applications on Windows Server 2008.

  • Best Practices When Migrating Windows Server to Azure

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Dive into this e-book to read through a collection of Azure migration best practices. You'll also find tips and tricks from organizations with experience migrating Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2 environments, either by upgrading on-premises architecture or moving to Azure.

  • Lead Your Team Through End of Support

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Mainstream support for Windows Server 2008 ended in 2015, while extended support is scheduled to end on January 14, 2020. Learn how to lift legacy applications running on Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2 to the latest versions of Windows Server – and find out how to identify when the cloud might represent a better opportunity.

  • Go Back to the Basics with Active Directory

    Sponsored by: One Identity

    Despite your level of familiarity, it never hurts to keep up-to-date on basic Active Directory best practices. Inside this E-Guide, brush up on some basic Active Directory tips and tricks around domain controllers, cloud AD interactions, and more.

  • Guide to Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V

    Sponsored by: Veeam Software

    To paint a better picture of Hyper-V's additions to Windows Server 2016's virtualization arsenal, this guide is here to help. Inside, you'll find a digestible overview of all its features alongside useful PowerShell scripts and best practices, designed to make testing and running your own Hyper-V environment more manageable.

  • IT Priorities 2014: UK Europe, France and Germany

    Sponsored by:

    Benchmark your IT spending plans, with our in-depth study of IT spending priorities in the UK, France, Germany, and Europe in 2014.

  • How to Evaluate Server OSes

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    This e-guide is designed to set you on the path to making the best decision for you organization. Inside, you will learn what to consider when evaluating a server OS, compare Linux vs Windows, and get an idea of where the rest of the market stands in comparison to these two.

  • How Virtualization Solves Windows Server Upgrade Challenges

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Server OS upgrades can be a puzzling component of your daily routine as an IT administrator. This e-guide walks you through several of the options available to you to help alleviate the strain of this process, discussing the importance of consistent upgrades and the utilization of virtualization management tools.

  • Decision 2016: Considering Windows Server

    Sponsored by:

    With a Windows Server 2016 upgrade soon to be an option for organizations, having a grasp on the Windows Server 2016 features, licensing and requirements will help inform a decision.

  • Who Needs Windows Desktops? It's All About the Apps

    Sponsored by:

    As the desktop we once knew becomes less important, how can you deliver the apps users need? This e-book explores how IT admins can turn to different app delivery options — they can virtualize or stream just the Windows apps workers actually use to only the people who need them.

  • WS Migration: Trends, Expert Tips, and Pitfalls

    Sponsored by:

    In this e-book, the experts reveal several ways to ease the pains of Windows Server migration, discuss the cloud's growing viability within the Microsoft universe, and more.

  • On the Horizon: The Benefits of Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2

    Sponsored by: Dell and Microsoft

    This white paper outlines the new server offered by a leading vendor. Learn about the strategic and tactical choices when migrating to the new system, the most efficient tools, and how it can handle inherent challenges.

  • Storage E-Zine: What's New in the World of Storage

    Sponsored by:

    This issue of storage magazine looks at how hypervisor vendors are adding new storage features, examines storage performance bottlenecks, shows how HDFS can help with big data, and more.

  • Storage magazine June 2014: New Storage Features in VMware and Hyper-V

    Sponsored by:

    Storage magazine's June issue looks at how hypervisor vendors are adding new storage features, examines storage performance bottlenecks and shows how HDFS can help with big data.

  • Top Ten Best Practices for vSphere Application Backups

    Sponsored by: Veeam Software

    Explore this informative resource to learn about the top ten best practices for VMware vSphere Application backups as well as some smaller tips you might consider implementing in order to protect your virtual environment.

  • Audits, Compliance and Security: IT Pros Share Their Experience

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    In this white paper, IT pros share how a smarter approach to auditing enabled them to strengthen their security posture and simplify their change monitoring process.

  • SharePoint, Office 365 or a Hybrid Deployment?

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    Explore this white paper to learn how you can make the right Sharepoint choice for your organization.

  • Storage magazine April 2014: Where flash is fastest

    Sponsored by:

    In this April 2014 issue of Storage magazine, our experts cover topics, including tips for evaluating solid-state storage requirements, the possibility of 100% cloud storage, insights into how your peers are using file sync-and-share services and more!

  • Windows Server 2012 Migration Station

    Sponsored by:

    This handbook from discusses what’s new with Windows Server 2012, what it’s capable of, how it affects Linux machines, its relationship to tablet computing and more.

  • Storage Magazine: November

    Sponsored by:

    In the November 2013 issue of Storage magazine, we reveal the results of our 2013 salary survey, look at the aftermath of the Nirvanix fallout, explore the latest DR monitoring tools and much more!

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