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Our ongoing World Of Servers series hit Las Vegas last week and dosed up on Windows Server knowledge at the Microsoft Management summit. Here are five key lessons to take away from that event.
One of the challenges in our World Of Servers competition to win a trip to TechEd North America in New Orleans involves confessing your data centre secret. At last week’s Microsoft Managent Summit in New Orleans, I heard a doozy.
A stack of Microsoft server products were updated late last week (while Lifehacker was busy taking notes at the Microsoft Management Summit rather than checking update blogs). Here’s the skinny on what has changed in System Center 2012 SP1 and other network management tools.
The picture above shows a portrait of Saint Jude the Apostle, the patron saint of impossible causes. One of the entrants in our World Of Servers competition to win a trip to TechEd North America in New Orleans confessed to keeping a picture of this saint in the data centre. We’d like to think nothing’s impossible in a data centre with the right gear, but it certainly grabbed our attention. Reckon you can grab it more?