Friday May 29, 2020

Windows Server Migration: Getting the job done

Although it is the platform that is being changed, what really matters for the business is the performance of its applications

1st March, 2015

While still best known as a networking vendor, Cisco has in fact been in the computer market for over five years with its blade server hardware and its Unified Computing architecture.

As a Microsoft partner, it has been particularly involved in the migration of enterprises from Windows Server 2003 to the latest Windows Server 2012 R2 on its Unified Computing systems. These Cisco systems are purpose-built for virtualisation and the cloud and the combination with...

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