Windows Server 2008 R2 review
Windows 7 may now be available at retail, but for larger businesses it will only come alive when used in conjunction with Windows Server 2008 R2. We take a look what the new server platform brings.
number of SKUs has reached frankly ridiculous proportions. Licensing has never been more complicated and confusing, and Microsoft simply must make sweeping changes to simplify the mess. More confusion makes for unhappy customers.
If you can wade through the licensing treacle, and make sense of the final invoice, then there is no better business platform today.
The best Windows Server platform yet, and one which forms a superb core to the wide range of server-hosted technologies that Microsoft now offers. That said, Microsoft needs to do more work on its licensing structure to make migration smoother.
Processor: 1.4 GHz or greater Memory: 512 MB or greater Peripherals: Mouse or compatible device, keyboard Optical drive: DVD-ROM for installtion, Display: SVGA monitor Hard disk: 32GB required for installation
In This Article
The complete guide to changing your phone system provider
Optimise your phone system for better business resultsDownload now
Simplify cluster security at scale
Centralised secrets management across hybrid, multi-cloud environmentsDownload now
The endpoint as a key element of your security infrastructure
Threats to endpoints in a world of remote workingDownload now
2021 state of IT asset management report
The role of IT asset management for maximising technology investmentsDownload now