15 Minute Azure Installation

15 Minute Azure Installation : Set Up the Microsoft Cloud Server by the Numbers

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Finally! A book that lets the ordinary person set up the Microsoft Azure Cloud Server and get to work. All the other books we've seen seem to be written for computer science PhDs. Following the numbers lets the small business join the cloud revolution without hiring an expert. Now they can replace hardware computer systems with the future of computing. The Azure system: Backup in triplicate at two different locations Maintenance and updates by Microsoft itself The latest 2012 R2 Enterprise server software A low monthly fee half the current cost Accessible from anywhere there is internet by any PC, tablet, or smart phone Faster than an in-house systemshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.84mm | 195.04g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1508409609
  • 9781508409601
  • 1,819,004

About Barrett Leibe

Barrett Leibe started 28 retail businesses including five computer stores starting in 1977. With the first micro computers, North Star, it took three days of trying to get the video monitor to connect. All the chips had to be soldered to the logic boards and there was no application software, such as word processing or accounting. Buyers had to write their own. The first store, Microcomputers of New Orleans, was the first business computer store between Houston and Atlanta. Sysgen Computer was the first in Germany. There were other notable firsts, too. Among them, the first language translator on the market, Translator(c). The first program to hear a spoken language; translate it, and speak it in a second language; the first hard disk drive subsystems for Alpha Micro, CP/M, and IBM PC; and the first eBay store, Sell-It-Now. His first exposure to the Windows server was with the introduction of Window NT. The saga continues with Software Expresss offering an Azure replacement for hardware servers and the HotServer(c) for disaster prevention, not recovery. Barrett Leibe can be reached at: Barrett_Leibe@compuserve.com mail@SoftExp.neshow more