64 bit Architecture for Windows
- August 31, 2012
Server sales have been down in recent months but the new Windows Server launch may restart x86 server hardware purchases -- as soon as IT gets done testing it.
- December 04, 2006
Upgraded apps like Exchange Server 2007 will require 64-bit technology, and IT shops are starting to make the move.
- May 23, 2006
It's official. Microsoft makes available fresh betas for Vista, Longhorn Server and Office 2007. Users are watching before they make the move.
- May 04, 2006
New 64-bit technologies are coming fast and furious from Microsoft, leaving many customers with questions about what the new technology will mean for them. Expert Laura E. Hunter breaks down results from a recent SearchWinIT.com survey, and sheds ...
- January 25, 2006
With Microsoft expected to move primarily to a 64-bit platform within the next few years, you will want your long term equipment to be readily able to adapt. Expert Laura E. Hunter tells you why making this transition now will save you in the long ...
- October 10, 2005
We define nine features of replication software and explain why they are important considerations when you need to decide what kind of replication software is right for your enterprise.
- July 20, 2005
From file sharing to subsystem functions, Windows Services for Unix is a multitalented tool for managing a combination of Windows and Unix servers.
- June 16, 2005
Why neglecting your networking cables could be the dumbest thing you ever do.
- June 06, 2005
The company brings its Storage Foundation High Availability product in line with the next version of Microsoft's Windows and offers new tools to manage the .NET Framework and SQL Server 2005.
- May 25, 2005
Numerous workstation management tools are on the market that can save you time. Here are some guidelines for choosing one with the important features you'll need.