Is There a Place for Windows Small Business Server in the Cloud?

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 12, 2010


As the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC10) kicks off in Washington, D.C., there’s growing buzz about Windows Small Business Server gaining new cloud computing capabilities. This article on MSPmentor asks if there really is a place for Windows Small Business Server in the age of cloud computing?


There is a buzz about Windows Small Business Server gaining new cloud computing capabilities.

"No doubt, Windows Small Business Server is one of the world’s most widely installed small business software platforms. Over the past decade everyone from IBM to Novell has attempted — and failed — to displace SBS. But the times may be changing — especially as more and more small businesses evaluate SaaS (software as a service) and cloud computing options.

"Some pundits think small businesses will completely abandon on-premises servers. And Microsoft rivals like Red Hat say they’ll use the cloud to gain small business customers."

Read the Full "Microsoft: Small Business Server Meets Cloud Computing" Story at MSPmentor

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