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Cloud Enabling Your Small Business with Windows Small Business Server 2011


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Cloud-based infrastructure solutions can now be delivered at an affordable price,bringing enterprise-class functionality,reliability and security within the reach of virtually every small and midsized business. Are you ready to build and deploy Windows-based infrastructure to integrate and utilize Cloud Computing services? Join this session to learn about how the new family of Windows Small Business Server 2011 can provide cross-premises solutions and enhance any small and medium business with cloud-enabled services using the latest cloud-ready server platform from Microsoft. Starting with SMB product differentiation,we overview all the Windows Server SMB products,focusing on which ones are best for specific scenarios and how each one can utilize cloud services. We then jump into Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials in detail,showing how cross-premise solutions can benefit small businesses and fast track adoption of cloud services.
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