Quick Facts about Windows Server
Windows Server is a market leader and holds 73% market share in the enterprise market.
Companies clocked annual savings worth $220,000 in administrative costs
Annually, 15 hours of productivity saved per employee
At Koenig Solutions, industry experts deliver the Windows Server training to learners. Our courses train learners on Windows Server solutions, which support the enterprise IT infrastructure, communication, and applications. The stability or security of the file system is also supported by these solutions. We provide comprehensive training on the latest versions of Windows Server that include Microsoft Windows Server 2016 and Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2. These are highly capable versions that offer enhanced security.
Who Should Do This Course
Our Windows Server course is suitable for all IT professionals, corporate executives and technology-oriented students who look forward to administering the Windows Server and take its advantages in the areas of Internet hosting, corporate networking, communication, domain handling, file system stabilization, and efficient and secure data management.
Benefits of Windows Server Training Course
Taking up a Windows Server course with us can help professionals to save on their company's’ administrative costs, as well as enhance overall employee productivity. While these are significant benefits at the company level, trainees going through our Windows Server course can also gain several other benefits, including the following:
Expertise in harnessing the power of Windows Server to manage enterprise IT infrastructure and data storage cost-effectively
Learning to build and manage IT infrastructure in a high-performance manner, based on Windows Server technology
Ability to deliver cloud services into infrastructure by taking advantage of several Windows Server capabilities, such as networking, virtualization, information security, and data storage
Skill to power cloud-optimized Web services and applications of the next generation
Mastery on server configuration, installation, administration, and migration
To take up a Windows Server course with us, the candidates should have a basic knowledge of server hardware, networking concepts and architectures, security practices, AD DS concepts, and TCP/IP protocols. However, the exact prerequisites may vary from one course to another. A few courses may also require the candidates to have experience working with the latest versions of Windows Server. The work experience is not mandatory in all cases.