In preparation for the development of Windows Server® 2012, Microsoft polled customers and found that features that make high availability easier to configure and more affordable are critical. Little wonder. The features are pennies from heaven to the vast universe of smaller IT shops that often have found traditional high-availability solutions too expensive and difficult to install and maintain.

In a recent video, John Loveall, principal program manager for the Windows Server Division of Microsoft, discusses how Microsoft® Windows Server 2012 and the LSI® Syncro™ CS solution can make it easier for organizations of all sizes to deploy high availability.

While large organizations remain a vital proving ground for new breeds of computer gear, Loveall sees small businesses, branch offices and private cloud environments using high-availability systems as a window into the future of server technology.

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