Another operating system, another delay….
Microsoft has now pushed back Windows Server 2008 release to manufacturing to the first quarter. Release to manufacturing had been expected by the end of this year. The change foreshadows that the new server software will not likely be broadly available for its scheduled Feb. 27, 2008 launch.
Come on Microsoft, I’ve a small client with five machines running Windows Vista and Office 2007, with plans to be ten next year. It would be a shame not to deploy Windows Server 2008 which is optimised for the latest desktop and office products. I really don’t want to install 2003, nor do I want the network to fall over because the work group has hit the 10 concurrent share limit.
So here are some pointers if your planning to roll out 2008 next year
- Friday Humour – Windows 2008
- Copying Files Between Your Apple Mac and Windows Server Using Remote Desktop Connection
- Top Five Technology Predictions for 2008
- Sharing Your Contacts Across the business – Microsoft Exchange Server
- What Open Source Alternatives are There To Microsoft Exchange that can run on Windows?