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Last Updated on 23 Oct. 2013, Total: 16 White Papers

2 Active Directory Management 21 Dec. 2012
4 Cloud Computing 22 Aug. 2013
2 Green Computing 21 Dec. 2012
1 Network Infrastructure Design and Troubleshooting 23 Oct. 2013
4 Network Monitoring and Management 23 Oct. 2013
1 Windows Server Platform 21 Dec. 2012
2 Wireless Networking 20 June 2013
  1. By the Numbers: Lowering Energy Costs at the Desktop

    Organizations today are more focused than even on their environmental impact and on their bottom line. They want to save energy and money. But first they need to know, Can the challenges of implementing power management be overcome? What are the potential cost savings? And what should they look for in a tool to help? This white paper explains it... Read More

  2. Auditing Active Directory Changes Efficiently

    This white paper describes different approaches to change auditing in Active Directory, talks about their pros and cons... Read More

  3. Windows Intune: Getting Started Guide

    This document is designed to help you evaluate the main features of Windows Intune and set up your new Windows Intune environment... Read More

  4. Microsoft Private Cloud: A Comparative Look at Functionality, Benefits, and Economics

    In this whitepaper, we compare private cloud solutions from Microsoft and VMware. We also examine how the licensing and pricing models differ between Microsoft and VMware and, in particular, how those differences will impact the ROI of investments you are making today and long into the future... Read More

  5. Flexible Workstyles and Enterprise IT

    More enterprise organizations every day face the question of how to deal with the large and growing presence of consumer devices users bring to work. This "consumerization of IT" is both a logical and irreversible trend that stems from technology advances in consumer hardware, ubiquitous information access, and the blurring of the lines between work and personal lives. Microsoft believes... Read More

  6. Windows Server 2012 Networking

    New technologies, such as private and public cloud computing, mobile workforces, and widely dispersed assets have transformed the business landscape and altered how you manage networking and network assets. Still, your goal remains the same: keep all networking components connected to ensure smooth data transmission and reliable access by users and customers to the services they need when they need... Read More

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