Monday, August 17, 2009

Six steps for migrating to Windows SBS 2008

August 17, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
FAQ: Performing a migration to Windows Small Business Server 2008
Dave Sobel, Contributor

In the first part of this Project FAQ, Dave Sobel discusses how you can tell if your clients should migrate to Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2008.

In this podcast, Sobel covers the six basic steps for performing the migration and the limitations that may occur. Virtualization has proven to be a very useful technology for SBS 2008 migrations and having a backup plan is essential.

Listen to this podcast or read a transcribed version.

TechEDG helps VARs with economic stimulus funds
With more than $75 billion of federal funding available for IT, Tech Data is helping VARs benefit from the economic stimulus plan.
Read this Systems Channel News Roundup.

Using continuous database integration and a database 'sandbox'
In continuous database integration, a local database 'sandbox' is useful when making changes and supporting multiple database environments.
Read this chapter excerpt.

Data center virtualization and energy-efficiency guide
Managing an energy-efficient, green data center may seem like a lot to handle, but this guide provides the expertise necessary for saving money and reducing power consumption.
Read this guide.

Click here to find out more!

Hot Spot Tutorial: Windows Server 2008


Need systems channel answers? Ask your own question or browse thousands of IT answers on IT Knowledge Exchange.

TechTarget This e-newsletter is published by, part of the TechTarget network. TechTarget provides IT professionals with the resources they need to perform their jobs: Web sites, newsletters, forums, blogs, white papers, webcasts, events and more.

Copyright 2009 TechTarget. All rights reserved. Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.

If you no longer wish to receive Systems Channel Advisor from go to unsubscribe:

Unsubscribe requests may take up to 24 hours to process; you may receive additional mailings during that time. A confirmation e-mail will be sent when your request has been successfully processed.

Please note, this will not affect any other subscriptions you have signed up for.

Contact Us:
Member Services
117 Kendrick Street, Suite 800
Needham, MA 02494

When you access content from this newsletter, your information may be shared with the sponsors or future sponsors of that content as described in our Privacy Policy: PRIV LINK

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for understanding that we need to prevent the nasties.

Terms of Use

Personal & Educational Use Only This blog consists mainly of FREE newsletters from computer web gurus that I receive. I thought you might like to see them all in one place than try to discover them on your own. A moderate amount of editing may be done to eliminate unrelated repetitious ads or unnecessary text which bloat the post. However I have given the authors full credit and will not remove their site links because you deserve to see where it comes from and they deserve to get credit for what they have written. Your use of this site is simply for educational purposes. For more computer-related help go to: CPEDLEY.COM for free software, advice and tips on low cost products which are very helpful. If you want to contact the editor, please go CPEDLEY.COM and check the Contact page for email address.