Using Windows Server 2016 Essentials is Published Today

We’ve just pushed the button which releases our brand new eBook and we’re celebrating with a short eBook sale this week.

Using Windows Server 2016 Essentials is We Got Served’s guide to Microsoft’s latest small business server platform.

Fully updated and revised with coverage of the latest features and enhancements to the server platform, Using Windows Server 2016 Essentials guides readers step by step through installing, configuring and managing your organisation’s IT needs, built on Microsoft’s “hybrid cloud” platform.

Carefully illustrated with hundreds of colour screenshots, this 625 page eBook is designed to provide a friendly deep dive into the features and workings of Microsoft’s server platform – no IT degree required! The book guides you through your first few weeks with the server – you’ll be walked step by step through the hardware you’ll need, installing the Windows Server software, configuring user accounts and security settings, connecting and protecting your data on client PCs and Apple Macs.

You’ll learn all about Windows Server 2016 Essentials’ Anywhere Access features, setting up VPN and remote web access so your team can access their files, folders – even office PCs – when they’re out on the road. The latest title also includes a comprehensive guide to installing configuring hardware RAID arrays as well as simpler software-based storage pools that allow powerful ways to aggregate and manage storage folders.

Whether you’re considering the use of a server at home or for your small business, thinking about moving your small office IT infrastructure to the cloud, or simply want to find out more about Microsoft’s “first server” platform, Using Windows Server 2016 Essentials is a simple, clear and comprehensive step by step guide – written by non-IT geeks, for non-IT geeks!


Use the checkout code 2016SERVER to save 20% on all of our eBook guides this week (including Using Windows Server 2016 Essentials).


1 comment

  1. Any intell from MS or Thecus as to whether there will be a Windows Storage Server 2016 Essentials ?

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