With Windows Vista already on the shelf and Windows Server 2008 ready for release in February 2008, one thing is on every IT manager's mind – migration.
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You probably have a beta version of Windows Server 2008 already running somewhere, and your staff is already pushing to install the latest and greatest.
To help ease your pain, here are a few of the top reasons to migrate to Windows Server 2008:
- Product support lifecycle
- Read-only domain controller
- Server Core
- Terminal Services
- File System Improvement
- Windows Hardware Error Architecture