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How to Use Scale-Out File Server in Windows Server 2019

Microsoft allows you to set up a file server based on a failover cluster, which provides high availability for shared storage. Read how to deploy a SOFS.

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MSP Network Topology for Beginners

This blog post explains the complex network topology types for service providers, including networks for managed service providers.

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Best Practices for Exchange Online Backup

Learn why you need to protect your Exchange Online data and how to do it with these Exchange Online backup best practices.

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VXLAN VMware Basics

This blog post covers VXLAN, explains the advantages of using this technology, VXLAN VMware implementation, and VXLAN configuration principle.

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Exchange Online vs. Microsoft Office 365. What Works Best for Business Email Hosting?

Learn how to choose email hosting for business and decide between Microsoft 365 and Exchange Online, based on your company's requirements.

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Register for a Free Live Webinar “Deep Dive: How to Implement a Disaster Recovery Plan”

Join us for a live webinar to discover how disaster recovery can help you overcome a ransomware attack and keep your workloads available.

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How to Create and Set Up VMware vSphere Host Profiles: Complete Walkthrough

VMware provides an ability to make life easier and automate mass configuration of ESXi hosts in VMware vSphere with VMware vSphere Host Profiles.

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The Case for Endpoint Backup in the Age of Cloud Storage

Why is endpoint backup crucial for data protection? Discover everything you have to know about endpoint protection and learn how to deal with the main challenges companies face with endpoint security.

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Fix VMware Error: Virtual Machine Disks Consolidation Needed

This blog post explains why VMware virtual machine disks consolidation is needed and how this error can be fixed.

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A Guide on How to Import Contacts to Outlook 365

We are going to import contacts to Outlook and we need to import CSV to Outlook for this purpose.

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