Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a secure and dependable environment for deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Customers can use their existing Windows Server applications licenses, such as MS Exchange or SharePoint, on AWS without paying additional licensing fees. Take advantage of the pay-as-you-go-pricing, scalability, and data integrity of the AWS Cloud to run your Exchange Server workloads today. Download the Planning and Implementation Guide to learn more.
Microsoft® will end support for Windows® Server 2003/R2 on July 14, 2015. This can have a dramatic impact on your business, because without any more updates or patches from Microsoft, your organization’s infrastructure will be less stable and secure.
HP can help you to make a smooth migration to Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and to private cloud solutions built on HP Converged Infrastructure and Microsoft System Center, HP has created a Microsoft Virtualization and Cloud Center of Excellence.
"If your business is still running Windows Server 2003, you must act now to keep your business
secure. This solution brief discusses three migration paths and how to choose the best one for your situation."
If your business is still running Windows Server 2003, you must act now to keep your business secure. This solution brief discusses three migration paths and how to choose the best one for your situation.
This white paper offers three options for Windows Server 2003 migration, along with a variety of measures you can take that will help you maintain a strong security posture in the face of today’s dynamic threat landscape.
Many Windows applications are traditional x86/x64 apps, which can be several GBs in size. To package and deploy apps to remote worker and branch office endpoints, organizations mostly rely on costly distribution servers, which are both capital and labor intensive. New Windows Software Distribution capabilities in AirWatch create a more efficient and enterprise scalable deployment experience that reduces bandwidth, infrastructure, and labor costs.
• Manage the full lifecycle of Win32 apps - including deploying apps, dependencies and patches
• Eliminate the challenges of complex app packaging, unreliable app installs and recurring OS imaging with App Stacks delivery
• Distribute apps to remote and branch users with CDN and P2P capabilities and eliminate your distribution server footprint
• Deliver apps in a unified app catalog and provide a consistent single sign-on experience for the user
Microsoft® announced Windows Server® 2003 End-of-Support (EOS) on July 14, 2015. Many businesses are forced by circumstance to leave these systems in service for some time. Retiring a major enterprise component has always been a challenge for IT departments.