Posted by: Margaret Rouse
“Microsoft’s Windows Storage Server 2012 packs in more enterprise-grade features than prior editions, but the recently released software likely will continue to find its sweetest spot with small- to mid-sized businesses and departments of large companies.” – Carol Sliwa
Today’s WhatIs.com Word of the Day is Windows Storage Server 2012.
Windows Storage Server 2012 supports iSCSI and network-attached storage (NAS) for block and file storage. It has built-in storage management features such as data deduplication, thin provisioning and snapshots.