About Versions Of Microsoft Servers

By: joy brown

Microsoft has been launching innovative products one after another for all segments be it students, businessmen, professionals, home, office and the like. Millions of users across the world using Microsoft products well validate their demand and popularity as well as their dominance in the market. Microsoft Servers, also called Windows Servers, target the wider business market.

Small and medium enterprises with 75 or less workstations/users and running a network infrastructure, both Internet access and intranet management, can opt for the Windows Small Business Server. A number of user-friendly and useful applications are perfectly integrated to enable smooth activities in a workplace. The greatest advantage of the Windows Small Business Server Premium is that it caters to demanding IT needs in small businesses as it comes with a blend of Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 technology in addition to Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and ISA Server 2000. If the user already has an established software and wants to incorporate the Windows Small Business Server Premium, this 100% compatibility software is the best and would leave no room for complaints. Here are some features of this software:

Shared access to the Internet
Protection of local network through a firewall
Access to Remote Web Workplace and Outlook Web
Windows SharePoint Services facilitating a preconfigured internal website for sharing of information in a collaborative work environment
Access to email, remote desktops, etc. via Remote Web Workplace
Access to schedule, email, calendar, task information, etc. in wireless gadgets and mobile phone
Efficient running of network through use of end-to-end network administration features.

SQL is the short form of Structured Query Language; it is a database management language used in computer terms. It focuses mainly on query and updation of data, creation and modification of any graphical depiction of a database structure, and data access control. Microsoft SQL Server is a database server based upon relational algebra; T-SQL and ANSI SQL are its query languages. Microsoft SQL Server is one of the most demanded of Microsoft Servers and has been introduced in a number of variants over the years - SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, and SQL Server 2008 R2 in 2005, 2008, and 2009 respectively. User variability and multiple editions according to the uses with different features is the inimitability of the Microsoft SQL Server. Editions include compact, developer, embedded, enterprise, evaluation, express, fast track, standard, web, and workgroup, all available with Microsoft SQL Server as the prefixes. Supporting different data types with a capacity to contain multiple OS-level files including other files and objects, data storage is one aspect that the user experiences a win-win situation. Each database has allocated storage space, divided into successively numbered pages, each 8 KB in size. Furthermore, buffer management, protocol layer, logging & transaction, concurrency & locking, data retrieval, and more make the Microsoft SQL Server a value-for-money software.

Efficient business operations and managing of in-house network activities become an easy affair with Windows Servers.

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