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Server operating systems are typically either Microsoft or a variation of UNIX. We offer Microsoft operating systems for servers. The choice between the two depends on many factors, which we won't go into here. We assume that you've made the decision to go with a Microsoft OS for your server ,and now need to figure out which one.
These are, fortunately, in ascending order of scale:
Standard. The target application is the small business. Features vary by release (e.g., 2003 vs. 2008), but are generally the baseline for the other two levels.
Enterprise. The target application is the large business. For any given release, it typically includes all of the features of Standard plus additional security features for wider deployment.
Data Center. The target application is the multiple business environment. It's really Enterprise with even more security features plus additional reliability factored into its design. I
Windows Server 2008 R2 is a multi-purpose server designed to increase the reliability and flexibility of your server or private cloud infrastructure, helping you to save time and reduce costs. It provides you with powerful tools to react to business needs faster than ever before with greater control and confidence.
The latest release of Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Windows Server 2008 R2 delivers many improvements for you to implement a robust datacenter and desktop virtualization plan. Whether you want to consolidate servers, build a private cloud, or offer Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), the features of Windows Server 2008 R2 enable you to take your datacenter and desktop strategy to a new level.
So, what's the difference between Hyper V and non-Hyper V? See the Features tab.
Meeting increasing Information Technology needs is often a challenge. We are here to help. Antenna Systems & Solutions, Inc. carries IT equipment ranging from servers, firewalls, U.P.S., KVM switches, operating systems, server appliances, and server racks. And we now rent out our extra rack space.
Do you know the single most common way IT security breaches occur? Many people are surprised to find out the answer is "people." Yes, you do need your firewall, security patches, password policy, and other security measures. But more than anything you need to ensure your facility has a security culture.
For a very long time, the construction industry has worked on safety by having supervisors hold safety meetings at specific times of the day (for example, right after the first break or at the start of the day before handing out assignments). These are short and typically have a single safety message that people can easily remember. You can do something similar for security. Hold a short security meeting where one message gets conveyed. For example, the supervisor can ask, "Can anyone tell me why we don't share our User ID?" Then two or three people in that supervisor's group can offer their ideas as to why. The supervisor makes sure the main reasons, plus an example, are given. The meeting is over quickly, but the message sticks with people.
Antenna Systems & Solutions, Inc. is now offering Co-location. We have the space available to house all of your co-location solutions. Whether you are looking for a place to house your small business server, or your entire data center, we have the solutions for your needs. Feel free to contact us (or by phone 847-584-1000) for more information.
Somebody got the not so bright idea some time ago that all IT personnel are interchangeable and anybody in IT can do anything in IT. If you've been tasked with wearing too many hats and with doing things for which you don't have the training or experience, what can you do? Isn't saying no a way to get yourself laid off?
Actually, it's not.
We can help you with IT equipment selection for the areas in which we offer IT equipment, so you're covered there. But what about other areas? Here's a tip. Your boss doesn't want unpleasant surprises. So, follow this procedure:
Identify exactly what the holes are for the area that has you under water. The goal here is to clearly state the problem.
Look at some possible resources, such as consultants, courses, outsourcing, or software. The goal here is to have some ideas for solving the problem.
Then tell your boss you need to discuss a problem and resources, so you can develop a good plan for proceeding.
Your boss will appreciate knowing the real score, versus going down in flames and having to explain to higher ups how, on his (or her) watch this fiasco happened.
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