On the third Tuesday of every month, Microsoft MVP experts at Rackspace team up to host an hour-long virtual Q&A session … for free! We give you exclusive access to the best-of-the-best minds in the SharePoint field and answer your questions live from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. CST.
As we mentioned earlier this month, we couldn’t be more excited about bringing Windows Server 2012 to our cloud customers. And today, the RTM image is available to our next generation cloud customers, so you can start building new servers immediately through the Control Panel or via the Cloud Servers API.
Rackspace’s SharePoint team was in San Francisco this week for an invitation-only Microsoft news event featuring Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. In this post, Senior SharePoint Consultant and SharePoint Server MVP Jennifer Mason discusses the news.
At Rackspace, the SharePoint team takes pride in being part of the thriving SharePoint community and providing up-to-date information about the latest and greatest developments. This week is no exception! Earlier last week, I was invited to a private press event in San Francisco during which Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is expected to share some exciting news.
Last month we talked about past, present and future of Cloud Sites and touched upon some of the features you can expect in the future. Today, we are excited to announce that Rackspace Cloud Sites now supports Microsoft SQL Server 2012. A list of the latest versions of all software supported by Cloud Sites is available here.
Rackspace and our team of Microsoft experts are pumped for Microsoft TechEd North America 2012, an event that’s sure to bring together the best and brightest in the industry and showcase the changing technology tide.
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For years, Microsoft Exchange has been the gold standard for business email communication, collaboration and productivity. And it only gets better with time. In each new release, Microsoft further distances itself from its competition and establishes itself as the king of the road when it comes to features, capabilities and benefits. Because of this, it is used by some of the most dynamic and influential businesses in the world.