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Windows Small Business Server 7 beta live

24 Sep 2010

Microsoft has announced that a public preview of Windows Small Business Server 7 is now available to download.

“Built on Windows Server 2008 R2, this exciting new edition of the all-in-one solution server for small businesses will include Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1, Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, and Windows Software Update Services,” explained Kevin Kean, General Manager Windows Home and Small Business Server team.”

Customers should find significant security and management enhancements over previous versions, as well as better features for providing file-and-print, email and internet services to employees.

“SBS7 also offers a great opportunity for small businesses with prior versions to upgrade their servers and to simultaneously take advantage of the advancements in security, reliability, and connectivity technology,” he added. “For this reason, SBS7 offers enhanced migration tools, extensive pre-migration checks, and prescriptive guidance included in the software.”

You can read more about the release here.

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