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Windows Server 2012

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What’s New in Windows Server 2016

Advances You Can’t Get Anywhere Else

by Melissa Curtis | 11.01.16

With Windows Server 2012, there wasn’t much that distinguished Windows Server Standard and Windows Server Datacenter beyond the licensing details. Microsoft really decided to shake things up and introduce new features that would change that with their release of Windows Server 2016.

Tags:AzureData CenterMicrosoftMicrosoft WindowsNano ServersPassportPasswordsSoftwareSoftware AssuranceWindows ServerWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2012 DatacenterWindows Server 2012 R2Windows Server 2012 StandardWindows Server Enterprise


Make Your Move to Windows Server 2012

3 Steps that Turn Mandatory into Meritorious

by Lane Shelton | 12.15.15

Almost everything is at risk now that updates and support for Windows Server 2003 has ceased. All existing instances are vulnerable. Making the move to Windows Server 2012 is not just a necessity; it’s well worth the investment in time and finances. But make certain you take these three steps first to ensure you end up with positive results. 

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Explore New Features in Windows Server 2012

Innovative Advancements to Improve Management, Control, and Automation

by Patrick Renzi | 12.10.15

Windows Server 2012 brings together a unified suite of server controls designed to help you achieve a higher level of access control and enhanced governance of your servers. Some of these developments are updates of earlier versions, while others are new features altogether. Here are three key advancements you’ll want to implement in your new installs.

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It's Time to Cite Irreconcilable Differences and Part from Windows 2003

Upgrade to Windows Server 2012 to Safeguard Servers

by Lane Shelton | 12.08.15

Windows 2003 reached “end-of-life” earlier this year, but for better or worse the OS still works. The “for better” part is that your operations continue to chug along without a hitch. But the “for worse” side of the equation is that, when you need support, you won’t get any from Microsoft. And overall security will continue to decline as more threats are introduced and no security patches are issued to protect against them. It was good while it lasted, but honestly everyone will be better off if you move on from 2003 sooner rather than later. Read on for why it’s time.

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Upgrade Advantages

Look for These Advantages in Your Windows Server 2012 Upgrades

There’s More than Just Increased Security

by Patrick Renzi | 12.04.15

Now that you’ve upgraded to Windows Server 2012, you’ve noticed better performance and probably feel more secure with regard to vulnerability to cyber attacks. With those advantages in place, it’s time to look at some of the more advanced benefits just waiting for you. Here are two that can make a significant difference for your plans and executions.

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