Abstract: Windows Server is a line of operating systems developed by Microsoft that are designed to be used in a networked environment, such as a corporate network or a cloud computing environment. Windows Server is designed to provide a secure and reliable platform for business-critical applications, and it offers a range of features and technologies that can help organizations to manage their IT infrastructure efficiently and effectively.
Windows Server is available in a variety of editions, including Windows Server Standard, Windows Server Datacenter, and Windows Server Essentials. Each edition is designed to meet the specific needs of different types of organizations, from small businesses to large enterprises. Windows Server includes features such as support for virtualization, active directory, and a range of security and networking capabilities. It is designed to be scalable, reliable, and secure, and can be managed through a graphical user interface or through command-line tools and scripts.
Windows Server is a popular choice for businesses because it provides a stable and reliable platform for running applications and storing data. It can be easily integrated with other Microsoft products and is compatible with a wide range of hardware and software platforms. Overall, Windows Server is a powerful and flexible operating system that can help organizations to efficiently manage and secure their IT infrastructure and resources.


PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12105

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