The topic I have chosen to write about is no new issue at all. There are lots of write ups about Windows web hosting vs Linux web hosting. Still people get little confused about choosing the hosting platform for their websites. I want to clarify the matter in very simple way. Actually there is nothing troublesome in deciding either Windows web hosting or Linux web hosting. Both the systems have their unique features and it is up to the choice of the clients to use certain software and the expertise of the administration in using the service. [Read more…]
When you look at an MSDN subscription (Premium), there are many things that you are going to be getting. It is important to explore the things that you’ll get from the MSDN subscription (Premium), so that you can be sure this is what you are looking for.
With the MSDM Premium subscription, you’ll have several different developer tools that you’ll be able to use. These tools include Visual Studio Professional, as well as Visual Studio Tools for Office. You will also have access to Visual Studio, Visual Basic, Visual C #, Visual C #, Visual C #, and Visual FoxPro.
The operating systems that you’ll have access to with MSDN subscription (Premium) include Windows Vista – Ultimate, Enterprise, Business, Home, and Home Premium, Basic. You’ll also have Windows XP Professional, Home, Media Center Edition table PC Edition. You’ll have access to Windows Server, Windows service codename Longhorn, and Compute Cluster, Windows SharePoint Services, and Windows Services for UNIX.
There are several different servers that you can have access to and that work well with MSDN subscription (Premium). These include SQL Server 2008, as well as Biztalk Server, the Exchange Server, The Commerce Serve, the ISA Server, and the Content Management Server. You’ll be able to access Host Integration Server, as well as Identity Integration Server, and Connected Services Framework, as well as Customer Care Framework. You’ll also be able to work with the servers such as Microsoft Operations Manager, Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager, Microsoft System Center Capacity Planner, and Systems Management Server. Finally, servers include Office Live Communications Server, as well as Office Groove Server, and Office Forms Server.
When it comes to the Microsoft Office System itself, you’ll have access to Office Ultimate / Enterprise / Professional Plus and Professional 2007, as well as the Office Word programs, like Office Excel, Office PowerPoint, Office Outlook, and business contact manger, and Office Access, not to mention Office Word. But, you’ll also have Office Publisher, Office OneNote, Office InfoPath, Office Communicator, Office Sharepoint Designer, Office Groove, Office Visio, and Office Project Standard. You’ll also find that you have Office Accounting, Office Business Scorecard Manager, Office FrontPage, MapPoint, Office Project Professional, Office Project Portfolio Server, and Office Project Server. Do not forget about Microsoft Dynamics, as well as Dynamics AX, GP, NAV, SL, and Microsoft Forecaster as well as Microsoft FRx. You can also have access to Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Small Business Accounting, and Point of Sale, as well as the financial tools that are offered. All of this comes with MSDM Premium subscription.
However, that’s not quite all. When you have a MSDN subscription (Premium), you are also going to get many different tools as well as SDKs and DDKs. These include Access Developer Extensions, Virtual Server Windows SDK, Virtual PC, Platform SDK, and DirectX SDK. You will also have access to Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer 2.0, Windows Automated Installation Kit, Application Compatibility Tool Kit 5.0, Windows Installer and Windows Diver Kit, as well as Windows Hardware Compatibility Test. Do not forget that you’ll also get to have Microsoft Glossaries, and lots of other programs that you’ll find important and useful. With MSDN subscription (Premium), you can also get technical support assistants 4, and Managed Newsgroup Support, as well as Online Concierge.
There are several new features that you’ll be able to access with MSDN subscription (Premium). When you are looking at Microsoft Visual Studio., this includes a smart client application, as well as very fast and quite flexible tools for you to use. Also, included in Visual Studio are very easy and fast ways to not only capture information, but to use and analyze the information in such a way that will help you make great business decisions for your business. Visual Studio is able to help you in several ways. It gives you amazing and quick application development, allows you to collaborate quickly and easily with a team, and has a breakthrough user experience.
All of these things and more are available to you when you have MSDN subscription (Premium), which is something that anyone must access if they hope to be all that they can be online and for their home business.
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