A new Windows means a new Windows Server. We look at what's new in Windows Server 2012.
While Windows 8 gets much of the attention, it's not the only big change happening at Microsoft. Along with a new desktop operating system, it's is also renewing its server software, Windows Server 2012. Like Windows 8, this is a re-imagining of Windows, rethinking how we use servers, and how we're going to use them over the next decade or so.
That reimagining means that Microsoft is using Windows Server 2012 to address two key challenges for any business, from the smallest to the largest. Both are complex, and both could mean changing the way we implement networks and applications, and how we manage users and devices.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, The complete business guide to Windows Server 2012 RC- Techradar.com
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