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Big Day for Windows Releases

The first release candidate for Windows Server 2008 came out today, as did the initial public beta for Vista Service Pack 1. Keith Ward has all the details, including a note on how Vista and Windows Server 2008 seem to be keeping the same schedule (no doubt recorded in their Outlook calendars) these days.

And, without even trying to make a transition, we'll tell you that Dell is introducing servers for business intelligence with the SQL Server database preconfigured.

Posted by Lee Pender on 09/25/2007 at 1:21 PM


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