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The Hybrid Cloud Storage Transformation 

A frustrating reality for IT leaders is that their teams continue to struggle with the complications of data growth even though they spend more money on storage every year. It’s not surprising that IT leaders are looking for new storage architectures to help them solve their scalability problems and reduce their costs. A post to...Read more

SearchStorage.com Products of the Year: Windows Server 2012 takes the Gold! 

Windows Server 2012 was recognized as the top Storage System Software product in TechTarget’s SearchStorage.com and Storage Magazine Products of the Year competition. Specific features that caught the judge’s attention included: Server Message Block 3.0 for high-throughput, low-latency data transfers between servers and storage. Storage Spaces, which enables customers to build scalable, high-performance storage solutions...Read more

New: PaCE helps you keep up with your favorite Windows Server/System Center MVP blogs 

Hi, all, Christa Anderson here from the Partner and Customer Ecosystem group in Windows Server/System Center. I’m happy to tell you about a new series we’re starting. Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professionals, independent experts active in the technical community, are as smart, experienced and skeptical bunch rooted in the real world as you’ll find anywhere. You...Read more

InfoWorld Recognizes Windows Server 2012 and Windows PowerShell in 2013 Technology of the Year Awards 

Windows Server 2012 and Windows PowerShell have made IDG’s InfoWorld 2013 Technology of the Year Awards list, which recognizes the best products evaluated by the InfoWorld Test Center over the past year. InfoWorld recognizes Windows Server 2012 for “innovative capabilities” across storage, virtualization, and management, as well as improved hardware support, which make the product...Read more

Next Stops for the Windows Server 2012 Community Roadshow: Serbia, Sweden, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 

Hi, this is Christa Anderson, Community Lead for the Windows Server and System Center Group, back with this week’s updates on the next stops in the Windows Server 2012 Community Roadshow. It’s interesting: although all events are instigated by local MVPs (Microsoft doesn’t set the schedule except to help avoid conflicts) the events seem to...Read more