Hello there – harrybbbb here – publisher of the above title. I am holding a virtual book reading here and posting up a passage from chapter one:
The reality is that once you realize what SQL Server 2000 is about, including its powers and capabilities, your eyes are truly opened to a world full of possibilities. This includes many of the topics a leading SBSer, Alan Shratter, has written about in the SQL Server 2000 chapter included in this book (Chapter 9). Personally, I see SQL Server 2000 as opening up a whole new world of possibilities when it comes to installing Line of Business (LOB) applications such as ERP systems, manufacturing systems, and the like. So I put the question back to you: wouldn’t the deployment of LOBs on SBS 2003 require significant upfront planning? The answer is YES!
Harry Brelsford, CEO at SMB Nation (www.smbnation.com)
MBA, MCSE, CNE, CLSE, CNP, MCP, MCT, SBSC (Microsoft Small Business Specialist)
PS – did you know my Windows Small Business Server 2008 (SBS 2008) book is almost here? Yes!