Tagged: Windows Server


New Microsoft External Web Site Highlights Best Practices for Cloud Infrastructures (Data Centers)

Customers and partners alike often ask the question, “How does Microsoft manage its vast network of data centers worldwide that power our 200+ cloud services such as  Office 365, Windows Live and Xbox Live, and our cloud platform Windows Azure?” Microsoft’s Global Foundation Services (GFS) is the team that builds, manages, and secures Microsoft’s cloud infrastructure and today we are launching our new external web site on the Windows Azure platform to address these questions...


Windows Server 2008 and SharePoint Resources

Over on the SharePoint Team Blog is a good post citing resources related to deployments of MOSS/WSS on Windows Server 2008.  With the pending launch of the next release of Windows Server, it’s important to know the impacts it has on deploying SharePoint Products & Technologies within your organization.  The resources cited in the post cover the following areas: WSS deployment on Windows Server 2008 MOSS deployment on Windows Server 2008 Upgrading from Windows Server 2003...


Windows Server 2008 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

It was announced today on the Windows Server Team Blog that Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 will return to being available via a separate download for Windows Server 2008 customers.  In early betas, WSS 3.0 was included as a component in the Windows Server 2008 configuration.  This decision was made to allow more flexibility in the WSS development process, while still allowing customers to conveniently obtain the technology. WSS will still remain a free component for...

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