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Standard and Datacenter Windows Server 2016 Versions: Overview

Windows Server is a server operating system created by Microsoft. Currently available in eight versions, Windows Server OS consists of approximately 33.5% of the global server OS market. Our article i ...

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Disaster Recovery Testing and Why Your Business Needs It

Long gone are the days when business documents were stored in notepads. Thanks to computers, we now have more efficient solutions for accumulating data and making sure no information gets lost in a du ...

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Comparing SharePoint vs OneDrive: Complete Overview

Office 365 is a cloud service that is popular among services provided by Microsoft. SharePoint is a component of Microsoft Office and One Drive is a cloud storage service. Both services can be used to ...

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Installing Android on VMware ESXi: A How-To Guide

Android is a very popular and prolific operating system on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Most of the time, there is no practical reason to install Android on a physical computer, but ...

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Business Impact Analysis and Its Role in Disaster Recovery Planning

It is critically important for the survival of your business to identify processes, systems, and operations that are of eminent priority; that is the central focus of the business impact analysis (BIA ...

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How to Automate Windows Updates Using PowerShell: Short Overview

Patch management is a crucial aspect of IT infrastructure administration. With the right patch management solution, you can enhance your system by testing or installing the latest software updates and ...

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The Ultimate Guide to Office 365 SMTP Settings

Microsoft Office 365 is a cloud solution that is becoming increasingly more popular. The advantage to using Office 365 applications is the possibility they offer to access your applications from diffe ...

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Debunking Tape Backup Myths in 2019: Full Overview

Tape has been one of the primary storage media resources since the 1960s. Over time, however, tape drives have become overshadowed by disk and cloud storages due to the growing demands of data-driven ...

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Introducing VMware Distributed Switch: What, Why, and How

A virtual switch is the software analog of a physical switch intended to connect virtual network controllers of virtual machine to networks on the second layer of the OSI model. A vSwitch is a virtual ...

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How to Perform P2V and V2V Migration with VMware Converter

Creating a new virtual machine as well as installing and configuring all necessary applications can take a long time. Fortunately, when you need to migrate your workloads from a physical server to a V ...

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