Windows Server 2012 is hot and getting hotter. In advance of Microsoft’s marquee event, TechEd, two CBT Nuggets trainers talked to TechRepublic about the good, the bad, and the innovative in Server 2012.
Specifically, Don Jones and Tim Warner talked about the impact Server 2012 has on IT pros’ careers. From the article:
What career opportunities does Windows Server 2012 create for IT managers and professionals?
Don Jones: Automation. 2012 is the first version of Windows (Server) with significant Microsoft investment in management automation, and they’re going to continue building heavily on that investment. IT managers should start to find “click Next, Next, Finish in a Wizard” unacceptably inefficient for their environments, and they should start to demand automation.
Read the full article here.
And if you’re going to TechEd, check out Don’s sessions!