Monday, August 10, 2009

Migrating to Windows SBS 2008 / VMware dangles discounts over Virtual Iron base

August 10, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
FAQ: Migrating from Windows Small Business Server 2003 to 2008
Dave Sobel, Contributor

Knowing when it's best to migrate from Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 to 2008 is half the battle. Expert Dave Sobel answers commonly asked questions about the migration process, including how to tell when it's best to install from scratch, the preparation needed and the basic approaches for the migration process.

Read this Project FAQ.

VMware lures Virtual Iron customers with discounts
VMware is offering Virtual Iron customers "Safe Passage" from Oracle with discounts of up to 40%. But some VARs think VMware's efforts are in vain.
Read this article.

Microsoft Windows logo program forces Hyper-V support
Microsoft is trying to use its Windows logo program to lift VMware ESX from the server virtualization throne.
Read this Systems Channel News Roundup.

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