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Download free Essential Guide to Windows Server 2008.pdf Since the beginning of the widespread adoption of computer technology in business there has been a common theme. Hardware and software technologies continually advanced, leapfrogging each other as new technologies were developed and deployed. This meant that IT was dealing constantly with one or two common issues; the first, and most annoying, was that software applications required the absolute newest, fastest, and most capable computers, and often were only marginally happy on that hardware; always wanting a little more power and capability than the current state-of-the-art hardware was able to deliver. The second was the reverse; hardware capabilities outstripped software requirements and IT felt that they were paying more money than they needed to for capabilities that they couldn’t make use of in their server purchases.

In 2008 technology professionals find themselves at an interesting juncture; hardware and software technologies coming together to deliver a complimentary set of capabilities that allow for the deployment of incredibly powerful, mission-critical, line-of-business applications that are scalable, costeffective, and can fully and efficiently utilize the power and capabilities of both hardware and software.

Let’s look at the major user needs that are driving the server market in 2008; server consolidation, application consolidation, database-driven solutions, and business intelligence. These market forces all require the same underlying support; a powerful server operating system that can take full advantage of current and future hardware technologies, and, of course, hardware that can deliver on the promise of the operating system.


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