Presented by: John Savill
Running Time: 58 min
The storage and network capabilities of Windows Server 2012 are not evolutionary but rather are revolutionary, enabling Windows Server 2012 to provide very powerful file and network capabilities that can rival many storage area network implementations. In this session, we’ll cover new features such as SMB 2.2, continuously available file shares, iSCSI, storage spaces, thin provisioning, data deduplication, remote VSS, VHDX, chkdsk improvements, and more. We’ll talk about how you should use these new features in your organization and the benefits they will bring.