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  1. Goodbye SBS and Welcome Windows Server 2012 Essentials

    It’s the end of the road for SBS and Microsoft introduces a much better cloud-enabled server platform solution and a more flexible product - Windows Small Business Server Essentials has been renamed Windows Server 2012 Essentials. SBS will disappear in a year after its milestone but will still be sold until June 2013, Dec 2013, and >5 years depending on the licensing models. Essentials 2012 is part of the Windows Server 2012 family which comes in four different versions – Foundation, Essentials, ...

    Updated 02-12-2013 at 03:14 AM by 2xg

    Categories
    SBS 2011 , Windows Server 2012 , Windows Server
  2. Microsoft’s Office 365 vs Google Apps Cloud Solutions

    There’s a battle going on between two great Cloud Solutions – Microsoft Office 365 vs Google Apps. Which side will you choose?

    If you have a Home or Small Business with less than 25 employees, there’s no need to invest on a Server, additional Computers , Hardware and Software. All you need is a working Broadband connection and a computer to access the internet. Remotely access and work on your files, programs, software anytime and anywhere. A very minimal and basic IT support ...
    Categories
    Cloud Solution
  3. What's the Best Router - Part II

    Well, it has been a couple of months now since I have blogged on What’s the Best Router?……The D-Link router has been returned to the Vendor which was a hassle free experience. It is now time to give my final update and progress of my new Netgear Dual-Band router. So far it is performing great and we haven’t had any major issues. The setup is very easy, I had to do a manual configuration and it’s just my own preference but it might be easier for most of you to opt out of the manual setup and use ...

    Updated 07-12-2012 at 01:48 PM by 2xg

    Categories
    Wireless Router
  4. Using SMTP Relay in Exchange Server 2007 and 2010

    What is Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) Relay? SMTP Relay will bypass your ISP’s email outbound restrictions.

    Scenario: You are running Exchange Server 2010, everything seems to be going well – and then one day all employees within company.com domain cannot send out any emails. You have checked the Event Viewer and can’t find any relevant critical errors in Event IDs pertaining to the issue. You have verified that SMTP Ports are opened up in your Security or Firewall Device,
    ...

    Updated 07-09-2012 at 01:49 AM by 2xg

    Categories
    Exchange Server 2007 and 2010
  5. How to Setup a Netgear Dual-Band Router?

    This Tutorial is based on my knowledge on configuring a Netgear Dual Band router
    connected to a Cable Modem. Also, the SSIDs and pass-phrases on the images are
    fictitious.

    First Option:
    How to setup your Netgear router by using a pre-configured setting?
    If you’d like a hassle-free guide to setup your Netgear Dual Band Router, you may follow this procedure.

    To begin, unplug the power cable or turn off your Modem. Connect the ethernet or network cable ...

    Updated 07-16-2012 at 03:31 AM by 2xg

    Categories
    Wireless Router
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