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Guide to Dynamics CRM Editions and Licensing

Learn about the available editions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server and the licensing requirements.

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Guide to Exchange Server Editions and Licensing

Learn about the available editions of Microsoft Exchange Server and the licensing requirements.

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Guide to Microsoft Server Licensing

Learn the basics of Microsoft server licensing, including licensing models and licensing operating system environments.

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Guide to SQL Server Editions and Licensing

Learn about the available editions of Microsoft SQL Server and the licensing requirements.

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Guide to System Center Products and Licensing

Learn about the available products in the Microsoft System Center family and the licensing requirements.

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Guide to Windows Server Editions and Licensing

Learn about the available editions of Microsoft Windows Server and the licensing requirements.

Register and Maintain Your SMARTnet Contract

Register and Maintain Your SMARTnet Contract

Your Cisco donation comes with a SMARTnet contract, a comprehensive package of support and benefits for your donation. Learn to register and access these benefits.

Networking 101: Concepts and Definitions

Networking 101: Concepts and Definitions

Want to know more about computer networking? We lay out the basics for nonprofits, charities, and libraries.

Networking 101: Understanding Networking Needs and Options

Networking 101: Understanding Your Needs and Options

This article provides a roadmap to networking options for nonprofits and libraries. It includes some questions that should help you build a network to suit your organization's needs.

Improve and Troubleshoot Your Wireless Network

Improve and Troubleshoot Your Wireless Network

Your wireless network can be a lifesaver for adding more devices on your network, but when it is not working at its best, it can negatively affect productivity at your office. Find out how you can troubleshoot and get the most out of your wireless access points.

A Field Guide to Servers

A Field Guide to Servers

When someone refers to a server, what are they talking about? Put most simply, a server is a piece of software or hardware that provides resources to one or more computers on a network. Learn about the types of servers and find out whether they can help your organization's technology infrastructure run more smoothly.

Do You Need a Server?

Do You Need a Server?

Servers form an important function in any network. Learn more about them, and some key ways they can help build a better network and computing infrastructure. Find out if you are ready to move from a peer-to-peer network to a server-client one, and what to look for to best fit the needs at your organization.

Network Troubleshooting for Servers

Network Troubleshooting for Servers

In the final article in our three-part series, we'll outline the places to look when your server behaves badly.

Network Troubleshooting for Workstations

Network Troubleshooting for Workstations

Second in the series on how to troubleshoot your organization's network.

Network Troubleshooting: Introduction

Network Troubleshooting: Introduction

First in a three-part series on how to pinpoint your organizations network problems

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