Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Top 10 resources on new Windows Server 2008 features

July 29, 2009 Published by

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Top 10 resources on new Windows Server 2008 features

Learning about the new features in Windows Server 2008 opens up a world of opportunities for solutions providers who are looking to expand their service offerings. Being an expert in Windows Server 2008 means you can offer even more implementation, configuration and deployment services to your clients.

This cheat sheet has our top 10 picks for learning about Windows Server 2008 and includes a study guide, tutorials and advice from experts. Learn about the new components, including Hyper-V and Server Core, and find out how they make server management easier with better performance and more virtualization capabilities.

Check out the top 10 resources.

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