Small Business Server (SBS)


Windows SBS 2011 Essentials and Windows Home Server 'Vail' RCs Available

Microsoft today rolled out the release candidate (RC) versions of Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2011 Essentials and Windows Home Server code-named "Vail."

Windows SBS 2011 Standard Trial Available

Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard is now available as free trial download.

SMBs Brace for a Cloudy Future

Attendees at SMB Nation Fall 2010 see peril and opportunity in the rise of cloud computing.

HP Halts Its Windows Home Server-Based Products

Microsoft today confirmed that its hardware partner, Hewlett-Packard, will not produce a future product using the upcoming code-named "Vail" version of Windows Home Server (WHS).

New Microsoft Small Business Server for Storage: Breckenridge

A new Windows storage server option for small businesses appears to coming down the pipeline: Breckenridge.

The Dawn of a New Day for SBS

With a focus on the super-small business market, Aurora offers a cross-premises Active Directory solution that's easy to manage.

Windows Small Business Server 'Aurora' Preview Released

Microsoft announced on Monday that a "preview" of Windows Small Business Server codenamed "Aurora" is now available for download.

New Assignments for Microsoft U.S. Channel Chiefs

Two weeks after announcing that global channel chief Allison Watson would switch jobs with Jon Roskill, Microsoft disclosed major changes within the U.S. partner organization.

Microsoft Drops Essential Business Server

Bundle of server software gives way to customer demand for management, virtualization and cloud solutions.

Microsoft To Push Out IE 8 via WSUS on Tuesday

Internet Explorer 8 will arrive as an "update rollup" via Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) on Tuesday, Aug. 25, Microsoft announced.

Microsoft Broadens Market for Windows Home Server

Microsoft appears to be broadening the market for its Windows Home Server (WHS) product to the small office/home office space.

Small Business Specialists Find Hopeful Signs

Microsoft surveyed more than 600 Small Business Specialists to see where partners were finding glimmers of light at the end of this dark economic tunnel.

Big Cheese in Small Markets

When big customers cut back, where does Microsoft go for growth? Hint: think small.

Microsoft Eyes SMB Market in Partner Survey

A Microsoft-sponsored report found that SMBs could represent an opportunity for future sales of IT software and services, despite the current economic downturn.

SaaS: S+S Gets Private-Label Option

Joint Microsoft-HP program gives partners the option to put forward their own brand and control customer billing.

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