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Ubuntu Desktop vs. Ubuntu Server: What’s the Difference?

Ubuntu ranks as arguably the most popular Linux operating system. It’s certainly one of the best known. However, Ubuntu varies quite a bit. Within Ubuntu, there are two distinct flavors: a stable release and long-term service (LTS) iteration. Further, Ubuntu splits into Ubuntu Cloud, Ubuntu Core, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Desktop, and Ubuntu Server. Here, you’ll…

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How to Install and Configure the AWS CloudWatch Agent on a Windows Server

Cloud servers don’t have to be Linux-based—Windows server workloads are able to run in AWS and are compatible with most of the built-in services that Amazon offers, including their CloudWatch monitoring tools, though you will have to install the agent manually. Running servers in on-prem data center may mean having an infrastructure-monitoring solution that runs…

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Microsoft stretches support for SharePoint Server 2010, Windows 10 1809

Microsoft on Tuesday extended support by six months for more products, telling customers that SharePoint Server 2010 will now receive updates until April 13, 2021 and that Windows 10 1809 will get security fixes until Nov. 10, 2020. “In response to the COVID-19 crisis and an increase in customer requests, we have decided to revise…

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The 6 Most Reliable Hard Drives According to Server Companies

Is there anything worse than going to boot up your computer and realizing that your hard drive is dead? You can lose all your documents, photos, music, and more if your hard drive fails. For that reason, many people want a very reliable hard drive. And who better to advise on hard drive reliability than…

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