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Windows 10 update
Windows Server 2003 Migration: what you need to know, part 2
With support for Windows Server 2003 ending in July 2015, Computerworld Editor Mike Simons speaks to representatives from Dell and Microsoft to discuss the business benefits that can be achieved by upgrading to Windows Server 2012.Software-Defined Application Services Take Data Centres Into New Era
Enterprises and cloud service providers have made huge strides in virtualising core sections of their data centres. As a result, they are now benefiting from new infrastructural efficiencies. But the journey doesn’t end there.
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