Windows Server 2012 R2: What’s New, Where Microsoft Is Headed, and What It Means to You

Date: Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 9:00 AM PST / 12:00 PM ET
Speakers: Don Jones, Concentrated Technology; Chris Henley, Veeam Software; and Daniel St. Jean, MVP Systems Software 

For many, Windows Server 2012 R2 seems like something of a “minor” release. After all, the client version – Windows 8.1 – is “just” a “dot release,” right? But while the list of what’s new and changed in 2012R2 is subtle, it’s crucially important not only for what the product delivers, but for what it tells us about where Microsoft is heading. Your datacenter, and the way you manage it, is going to change. Not because of some massive new “private cloud” paradigm, but because the way Windows wants to be managed is changing.

Redmond magazine Decision Maker columnist and Microsoft MVP Don Jones breaks down the major new technologies in Microsoft’s latest server OS, and explains what they mean for Microsoft – and you – going forward. Register now!

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