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Windows Server
Microsoft adds Azure capabilities to Windows Server 2022
Windows Server 2022 includes multi-layered security, hybrid capabilities with Azure, file server improvements, container support with Kubernetes, and more.
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Microsoft
Change is coming for popular Windows products
Microsoft wants to ensure that your business is well-supported during the upgrades, which is why it is offering a range of options to help you transition.
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Backup
You’re invited: Breaking down the Windows Server 2019 updates
The webinar will be held a week after Microsoft Ignite, so it will cover the complete feature set included in the full release.
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Disaster Recovery
Windows Server 2019 is almost out - here's what you need to know
In Windows Server 2019, Shielded VMs will now support Linux VMs.
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Microsoft
Microsoft unveils innovative new operating system at Ignite 2016
“IT needs to make strategic investment decisions, betting on vendors and solutions that can support them in a hybrid cloud world.”
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Trend Micro
Windows Server 2003 end of life: what it means for security
Businesses need to be aware of the risks of running out-of-support platforms as Microsoft stops security updates Windows Server 2003.
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Microsoft Windows
Is Server 2003 end of life 2015’s biggest security threat?
Server 2003's end of life is less than a month away - are you prepared and does it really matter?
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Microsoft
Time nearly up for Microsoft end-of-support
“While upgrading servers takes time and money, holding out on the migration from Windows Server 2003 may cost much more in the long run.”
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Microsoft
The countdown is on for Windows Server 2003 End of Support
The countdown to End of Support for Windows Server 2003 has begun in earnest, with Microsoft NZ working with partners to educate users about migration
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Microsoft
Why CIOs need to start caring about Windows Server 2003 End of Support
A decade-old operating system like the Windows Server 2003 is not created to support the mobile-first, cloud-first world of today. As such, it is unlikely to optimally support the latest business needs such as cloud deployment, mobility and BYOD.
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Microsoft
Microsoft urges channel action for Server 2003 EOS
"If you look at the figures, [there are] a very big number of businesses still sitting on what is about to become an obsolete platform."
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Windows Server
Windows Server 2012 launched in NZ
World's first cloud-optimised operating system was launched this morning at Microsoft TechEd 2012 conference in Auckland.
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Windows
Windows 7 revenue drops
Microsoft reports that third-quarter revenue has increased 13% over last year, but "PC trends" have affected Windows 7 revenue.
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Polycom
Polycom picks Azure for new cloud services
Polycom has unveiled new cloud-based media services hosted on the Windows Azure platform.
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Microsoft
Windows Small Business Server 7 beta live
Microsoft has announced that a public preview of Windows Small Business Server 7 is now available to download.