Linked by snydeq on Thu 15th Sep 2011 13:53 UTC
Windows InfoWorld's Doug Dineley and Brian Chee round up the best new features of Windows Server 8. 'If you're a large shop struggling to manage hundreds of Windows servers, Windows Server 8 should ease the job. If you're a small shop trying to squeeze high-end capability from a low-end budget, Windows Server 8 has plenty for you, too. With Windows Server 8, everything from server deployment to high availability becomes smoother and more automated.' From multiserver management, to friction-free server deployment, to flexible live migration, 'whatever grudge you may hold against Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 8 will almost certainly make amends.'
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Good stuff
by quackalist on Fri 16th Sep 2011 09:59 UTC
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I'm no Admin. but it all seems worth having and a worthwhile improvement over 2008R2. Which is more than can be said for 8 itself as other than Metro, only worthwhile on a tablet, your only left with a cool new Task Manager...well, maybe/hopefully, I might be wrong. But, tis all I've managed to gleam so far. Underwhelmed, to say the least.

Edited 2011-09-16 10:02 UTC

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