Server product services for
Microsoft

Get objective, expert assistance with evaluating, designing, implementing and managing a Microsoft server platform

IBM expertise can help you make the most of Microsoft products

Overview

Whether your organisation is migrating to a Microsoft environment for the first time or simply needs to upgrade to the latest Microsoft server technology, IBM can provide the skills and expertise you need to start leveraging the technology more rapidly and efficiently - without impacting end-user productivity in the process. IBM Server Product Services for Microsoft provides comprehensive solutions that address a broad spectrum of Microsoft server products, including Microsoft Windows® Server, Exchange Server, SharePoint Server, Systems Management Server, and Internet Security and Acceleration Server.

This suite of services can include:

What We Offer

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Implementation Services for Microsoft Internet security and acceleration server 2000

Learn how to create a security-rich Microsoft environment with IBM and ISA server.

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Migration services for Microsoft systems management server

This service can provide a scalable framework as well as support in your enterprise environment for management of desktop and server systems across key industries worldwide

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Migration Services for Microsoft Windows Servers

Transition your servers to Windows 2000/Windows 2003 with migration services designed to help you reap the benefits and avoid the pitfalls.

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Migration services - server consolidation for Microsoft environments

Consolidate and streamline your Microsoft Server environment with comprehensive server and virtualization services

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Migration Services Windows 2000 datacenter customisation

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 can help ensure a successful implementation, with custom integration services that can range from analysis and planing through development and implementation.

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