The recent launch of Windows Server 2012 has created new ways for government organisations to manage the very heart of their IT – the programs and data in their datacentres. Wayne Meyer, Server and Tools Product Manager at Microsoft outlines its benefits.
Our customers tell us that they’re facing huge pressure to transform the datacentres. Driven on one hand by aging hardware and led on the other by the desire for the latest applications, mobile working, ‘bring your own device’ and the need to wring insight out of a rising tide of data.
In this context, more than 1,000 new features in Windows Server 2012 offer government organisations powerful new opportunities for great flexibility, agility and efficiency, including:
Now that Windows Server 2012 has arrived, what should companies do?
But whatever you do, don’t ignore the potential in Windows Server 2012 to help your organisation save money and become more agile and efficient.
More information: Windows Server 2012 website.By Wayne Mayer.