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Load Balancing Microsoft IIS

Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) is a high performance, flexible web server created by Microsoft for use with Windows. In order for web sites to remain available, IT managers will need to configure IIS server load balancing. supports Microsoft IIS with all common load balancing methods, incorporating numerous modifications and customisations to suit your requirements and can be deployed physically, virtually or in the cloud. Whatever your preference, we’ll ensure that your deployment is suited for your environment.

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Load Balancing Microsoft Exchange

Microsoft Exchange Server, the mainstay of Microsoft’s Unified Communications solution has grown beyond being regarded as the standard in business email into a fully fledged communications tool.

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Load Balancing Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is an industry leading desktop virtualization platforms. It is the successor to Microsoft Terminal Services and facilitates the efficient, flexible and secure deployment of a Windows desktop environment and/or Find out more

Load Balancing Microsoft SharePoint

Microsoft SharePoint is Microsoft’s enterprise collaboration platform. SharePoint makes it easier for people to work together. Using SharePoint, staff can set up web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, publish reports to help everyone make better decisions and search across a range of internal and external data sources to find answers and information more quickly and effectively.

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Load Balancing Skype for Business

Skype for Business is a business class instant messaging, voice over IP (VoIP) and video collaboration tool by Microsoft. Since 2015, it has served as a replacement for Microsoft Lync (formerly Microsoft Office Communications Server).

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Load Balancing Microsoft Lync

Microsoft Lync and its client software, such as Lync 2013, enable your users to connect in new ways and to stay connected, regardless of their physical location. Lync and Lync Server bring together the different ways that people communicate in a single client interface, are deployed as a unified platform, and are administered through a single management infrastructure.

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Load Balancing Microsoft ADFS

Microsoft ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services) provides secure SSO (Single Sign-On) and identity federation within an ADFS deployed environment. In its simplest form it can be used to provide authentication against Active Directory for claims-aware applications such as Office 365, Outlook on the web or Sharepoint to name but a few Web SSO.

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Load Balancing Microsoft DirectAccess

Microsoft DirectAccess is a feature of Windows that allows connectivity to organizations network resources without the need for traditional Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections. With DirectAccess, client computers are always connected to your organization – there is no need for remote users to start and stop connections as is required with traditional VPN connections. From a user's perspective DirectAccess is a completely automatic VPN connection that simplifies accessing corporate LAN services from wherever they are located.

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Load Balancing Microsoft Dynamics

Microsoft Dynamics is a line of familiar, adaptable enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions designed to meet almost any business need and help your people make important business decisions confidently. Microsoft Dynamics works like and with familiar Microsoft software easing adoption and reducing the risks in implementing a new solution. These solutions automate and streamline financial, supply chain and business intelligence processes in a way that can help you drive business success.

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Load Balancing Microsoft Terminal Services

Terminal Services is one of the components of Microsoft Windows that allows a user to access applications and data on a remote computer over a network. Terminal Services is Microsoft's implementation of thin–client terminal server computing, where Windows applications, or even the entire desktop of the computer running terminal services, are made accessible to a remote client machine.

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Load Balancing Microsoft OCS

Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 R2 helps you deliver streamlined communications to your users, so everyone in your organization can communicate with the right person from the applications they use most. You're able to maintain operational control without expensive infrastructure or network upgrades, and deliver streamlined communications, including software-powered VoIP, Web and audio/video conferencing, and enterprise instant messaging.

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