Windows Server 2019 General Availability

Windows Server 2019 is now available for purchase, by all companies. After 3 years of work, the Redmond team has released an operating system that winks at the world on-premises as well as the cloud. Windows Server is not only powering the Intelligent Edge where you have a great Software-Defined Datacenter platform running Hyper-V or Storage […]

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ReFS vs NTFS: differences and performance comparison

The ReFS file system (Resilient File System) is the Microsoft latest file system, designed to optimize data availability, efficiently manage scalability for large amounts of data, and to ensure data integrity through so-called “resilience” to file corruption. ReFS was designed to cope with the new data growth scenarios and as a basis for future innovations. […]

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Windows Server 2019: What’s New & What Can You Expect?

Windows Server 2019 is now generally available to the public! As you know, whenever Windows gets ready to make a major operating system release, it’s time to prepare for some changes. In this piece, we’ll give you a crash course in what to be excited (or worried) about in Server 2019, provide an overview of […]

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Filezilla FTP Server Free – How to install and configure it

Filezilla Server is a free and open source software that allows you to create your own FTP server in a few simple steps. It can be said that it is the server counterpart of the well known FTP client application Filezilla. Filezilla Server supports both FTP and FTPS (SSL/TLS), can be installed on any Windows […]

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Sysprep: cloning and deployment of Windows installations

Sysprep is a system preparation tool that allows you to edit Windows images to bring them to a generalized state. This software is present in all Windows installations, and it is very important to prepare a system for cloning and distribution on multiple machines in the same network. It is therefore an essential tool for […]

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GDPR and Backup: comply with privacy and data protection regulations

What is GDPR? On May 25th, 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enters into force, a complex legislation that adds further protections for all EU citizens. The law recognizes the right of individuals to the data portability, to be forgotten, to be clearly informed on how their information is processed and to be promptly […]

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SQL Server Merge Replication FTP: the ultimate guide to remote database synchronization

Microsoft SQL Server is a database plenty of features regarding replication, mirroring and failover clustering. All of them are strategies and configurations whose purpose is, with different ways of acting, to make data always available to client applications, in case of crashes and disservices, or simply to replicate data in more geographic locations to increase accessibility and availability performances. In this tutorial we won’t […]

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Advantages and Features of Exchange Server 2016

Exchange Server 2016 has been around for two years now when this article is written, and it already hits its 7th cumulative update. As stated in Microsoft Technet article, Exchange Server 2016 has been made to be more scalable, more efficient in hardware utilization, and more effective in failure isolation compared to its predecessor. Changes […]

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