Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: EnterpriseHitachi Data Systems is getting firmly behind Windows Server 2012 with the announcement that Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP), Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS), and Hitachi Compute Blade are now fully certified with full support for Windows Server 2012.
Featured | Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: SecurityMicrosoft is preparing to release six security bulletins this month, four rated critical, one important and one moderate. Even Windows RT and Server 2012 are affected.
Written by: kayla | Published in: Sponsored Announcements Global Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor Yellowfin, an official Microsoft ISV partner, today announced its formal support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012.
The announcement means that Yellowfin is one of the first Australian ISVs to offer support for all editions of SQL Server 2012. SQL Server is a relational da
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I am a 3rd year student intern, and I have been tasked with virtualizing the server systems at the company I work for. I have come a long way, and I am almost ready to install the VM Server in migration mode.
The VAR Guy is here to let you know Microsoft SQL Server 2012 has been released to manufacturing, and with it, a plethora of new features designed to handle the growing needs of the database world. If you’re looking for a quick dip into what SQL Sever 2012 can do for you, read on. No fluff, just facts …
Microsoft’s focus with SQL Server 2012 is data.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: TechnologyThe Dell KACE K1000 management appliance includes support for new operating systems including Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, SUSE Linux Enterprise, Ubuntu Linux and OS X Mountain Lion.
Microsoft has killed Windows Small Business Server development, trimming the Windows Server 2012 lineup to four editions: Datacenter, Standard, Essentials and Foundation. The takeaway: Microsoft is striving to shift small business customers to Office 365 and cloud services. But is Windows SBS really dead?