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New Features Abound: Download Windows Server 8 Beta

In Windows Server 8 there are many many new features especially in virtualization category

Windows Server 8 beta is now available for download.

In Windows Server 8 there are many many new features especially in virtualization category. Besides many new virtualization enhancements Windows Server 8 also features great network capabilities, storage management capabilities and much much more.

Windows Server is the leading server operating system that powers many of the worlds’ largest datacenters, enables small businesses around the world, and delivers value to organizations of all sizes in between. 



Building on this legacy, Windows Server “8″ delivers hundreds of new features and enhancements for transforming virtualization and cloud computing to help you reduce IT costs and deliver more business value. Within Windows Server “8″ you will find exciting innovations in areas of virtualization, networking, storage, user experience, and a transition to Windows PowerShell® to take scripting to a whole new level.

This is quite possibly the most significant release of Windows Server ever. As Jonathan Hassell in a Computerworld article remarks, Windows Server “8″ “takes your breath away.”

Learn for yourself by downloading the beta today to check out all of the things that Windows Server “8″ can do for you.

More Stories By Domagoj Pernar

Domagoj is virtualization consultant, primarily focused on Microsoft Application Virtualization and Hyper-V. After Faculty of Informatics science he joined Microsoft Consulting Services where he participated in many virtualization related projects. Creative and hardworking consultant with extensive skills in Microsoft virtualization, backup and identity management technologies.

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