The Windows Server and data backup architecture is a powerful service for server operating system design and implementation. From the first release of Windows 2000 Server to the current Windows Server 2008 the Microsoft Server architecture is comprehensive and resilient for Home, Small Business and Enterprise wide networking. In this topic we look at all your Windows Server and data backup requirements, from migration, setup and roll-out, to management, administration and issue resolution, These Windows server, data backup and recovery user guides, troubleshooting tips and more will help you attain an enriched server OS platform and enhanced network performance.
With Windows Live OneCare gone, what are users supposed to do if they used OneCare's backup features? This article will cover how you can use Windows Live SkyDrive and Windows Live Mesh to pick up the torch dropped by OneCare.
Choosing which option to backup your Windows-based system is a difficult one. Having some information concerning the capabilities of some of the available solutions will make it easier to make an informed decision.
You've probably heard all about iCloud, the new cloud storage system for Apple Mac and iPhone/iPad users, but what about Windows? Can a Windows computer connect to the service, and if not then what are the alternatives?
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A virtualized version of Windows Server 2008 can be setup in Windows 7 using any of the popular virtualization applications. This is a great way to try out the server OS before full installation on production equipment.
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