Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Best Practices: Migrating to Windows Server 2008

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Windows Server 2008 Migration

Windows Server 2008 provides a number of clear benefits for companies considering an upgrade to their current server environments. However, migrating to a new operating system can scary and doesn't come without its own unique challenges and possibly serious consequences.

Discover how issues such as hardware compatibility, installation media and driver support can be easily mitigated by selecting the right technology partner to ensure a smooth and seamless transition to Windows Server 2008.

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Benefits of Windows Server 2008
Whether you're upgrading from a previous version or installing for the first time, there are plenty of good reasons to consider migrating to Windows Server 2008. Learn about the top benefits that include reducing cost and complexity in data center, streamlining maintenance, and maximizing availability.

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Windows Server 2008 Preparation
Windows Server 2008 promises a solid foundation to support critical workloads and deliver rich Web-based experiences in a secure operating environment. Discover the next generation of business-ready platforms to pave the way for Windows Server 2008 and make the migration flexible, simple, and green.

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Windows Server 2008 Deployment
Migrating to Windows Server 2008 can be disruptive it isn't handled properly. Find out what companies can to ensure their existing systems and applications are compatible as well as the best practices for properly testing application packages and the considering the potential impact on your network.

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