Microsoft Windows Server in the data center

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About Microsoft Windows Server in the data center

We cover the essentials of using Microsoft Windows Server in enterprise data centers. Get expert Windows Server tutorials and the latest news affecting Windows data centers. Our experts explain how to install, configure and optimize Windows systems. We also cover Windows Server performance monitoring; Windows administration tools for managing Windows Server environments; and implementing Hyper-V virtualization in your data center. Stay in the know on security and disaster recovery issues with Windows Server that can affect IT uptime, business continuity and end-user experience. Learn about key Windows Server cost considerations and the licensing of Windows Server in the data center. Explore the challenges of Windows Server implementation and get best practices for migrating to Windows Server from another OS, including the pros and cons of Windows Server versus Linux or Unix in data centers.