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Now available: HP ProLiant DL160 Gen9 Server for SMBs

Are you looking for the Essential Combination of Performance, Manageability and Storage for the IT Needs for SMBs? Meet the HP ProLiant DL160 Gen9.



What Windows Server 2008 R2 end of sales means for your SMB customers?

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that the end of sales for Microsoft Windows ® Server 2008 R2 products would occur December 31, 2014. Find out what this means for you and your SMB customers!



Put your SMB data to work with HP Flex-Bundles with Microsoft SQL Server 2014

If your SMB needs to get a handle on its data management, HP Flex-Bundles with Microsoft SQL Server 2014 can help. Find out how these easily deployable solutions can improve productivity and efficiencies at a low investment cost.



HP ProLiant Gen9 servers’ Quick Reference labels bring server information right to your fingertips

On every HP ProLiant Gen9 server, you will find a quick reference label that will allow you to quickly access critical server information.


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ProLiant Gen9 is an ideal opportunity for your SMB!

HP and Microsoft have joined together to create a portfolio of SMB server reference configurations designed for the needs of growing businesses like yours. These complete packages include everything you need to get started with server-based computing, quickly and affordably.


Let’s get to know one of the best choices for your SMB today: the HP ProLiant DL160 Gen9. This server provides the essential combination of performance, manageability and storage for the specific IT Needs of SMBs. The power of HP ProLiant Gen9 server technology combined with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 creates an ideal SMB server solution.



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