Common Engineering Criteria (CEC) Program for Microsoft Server Products 'Website & White Paper'

Microsoft Common Engineering Criteria (CEC) program establishes a set of engineering requirements across all Microsoft server products with our goal to reduce the overall total cost of ownership (TCO) through improved integration, manageability, security, reliability, and other critical infrastructure attributes that are expected by our customers. You can get a short overview of CEC and […]

Microsoft Common Engineering Criteria (CEC) program establishes a set of engineering requirements across all Microsoft server products with our goal to reduce the overall total cost of ownership (TCO) through improved integration, manageability, security, reliability, and other critical infrastructure attributes that are expected by our customers. You can get a short overview of CEC and the scorecards for all currently evaluated products from our main page. “I hope you’ll find not only the site content appealing and easy to navigate, but also the data on all the evaluated products helpful in making purchasing and product decisions for your environment,” said David B. Cross. For more details you can download the CEC whitepaper.

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