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Bracket Computing Detects Cloud OS Threats With Server Guard

In an effort to improve cloud security, Bracket Computing announced on Nov. 9 a new Server Guard functionality to provide immutable server protection for cloud deployments. Server Guard is built into Bracket Computing’s Metavisor isolation technology that separates application workloads from the cloud guest operating system. With

How Intel’s Latest Server Chip Will Speed Up Everyday Internet Services & Future Technologies

Phones, laptops, PCs let you get online. But once there, a ‘server’ is what you connect with to get anything meaningful done. And the company that makes over 90% of online servers just upgraded their latest batch to be more powerful and energy efficient than ever before.

Linux vs. Windows Server OS Comparison

A comparison between Linux and Windows while selecting the server operating system is like being in stalemate while playing the chess game where the outcome is unpredictable. Various versions of the Microsoft—from Windows—and the Linux-based operating systems are available in plenty today. But deciding the best option is

Support For Windows Server 2003 Ends Today

Not long ago, Microsoft ended support for one of the most widely used operating systems in history, Windows XP. Now, Microsoft has ended support for a product that impacted the server world almost as much as Windows XP impacted the PC world, Windows Server 2003. Windows Server

What’s new in Windows Server 2016: Containers, Nano Server and licensing changes

Windows Server 2016 is set to launch in the second half of this year. Computerworld UK looks at the new features announced in technical previews so far. With Windows Server 2016, Microsoft aims to assist customers in modernising on-premise data centres and making it easier to move

Microsoft leaves Windows Server support as-is, doesn’t prune pledged timeline as with Windows 7

Microsoft last week said that the support rules for the Windows Server software would not change, even though the Redmond, Wash. company has said it will curtail support for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 after mid-2017. Review: 8 password managers for Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and