Tag: Windows Server 2008

16
Oct

Sneak Peek with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3

What is in upcoming Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 service pack 3? Microsoft officials recently announced that the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 is almost ready. They also mentioned their plan to release the new service pack 3 or SP3 by the first quarter of 2013 as well. Meanwhile, they had no problems in…

24
Apr

Microsoft Extends Big Easy

Everybody likes to save money. So, if you neglected to take advantage of Microsoft’s Big Easy sale, originally set to end on Mar. 31, don’t despair. You now have until May 31 to get in on the savings. Just to refresh everyone’s memory, when you buy or renew eligible open software agreements, you get 15%…

15
Mar

Don’t Forget About Microsoft’s Big Easy Offering

It’s easy to procrastinate, especially when it comes to doing mundane or tedious tasks such as upgrading software. But when there are savings involved, it makes sense to put upgrading your company’s software somewhere near the top of your list of priorities. Microsoft’s Big Easy offer allows small-business owners to save 15% off Microsoft’s estimated…

15
Mar

Are you ready for Microsoft SQL Server 2012?

Close on the heels of the release of the Windows 8 consumer preview comes Microsoft’s announcement of the release of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 on Mar. 6, 2012. Those who want to test SQL Server 2012 can download a “fully functional” trial version of the software that will expire automatically after six months. Those who are already…

21
Feb

Welcome to the Big Easy

Sooner or later every small-business owner has to upgrade his company’s software. No matter how well the old software seems to be doing, at some point, it will start to fail or fail to support newer technology. That time may be now for some. Others may simply prefer to stay current with new software and…

9
Dec

Three reasons Windows 7 is right for your GTA business

There are still companies throughout the GTA who are still running Windows XP. Microsoft is starting to pull the plug on their 10-year-old, very stable Windows XP  Operating System. Has your business made the leap over to Windows 7?  Time is running out on the effectiveness of Windows XP and you run the risk with your network security if XP

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6
Dec

Getting Going With Server Virtualization

Server virtualization is top of mind with CIOs, IT Managers and throughout the Toronto business community.  Reduce greenhouse emissions, reduce overall technology costs, cut hydro-electric usage while maintaining data security, network availability and disaster preparedness are the main drivers on why business are exploring new ways to deploy technology and keeping data safe in their organizations.  Server Virtualization is a

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