Linux mentor now heads Windows group

The Boston Windows Server User Group has a new chairman, who also happens to be new to championing the Windows platform. Kent Smith, president of IPSO Inc., in Wayland, Mass., is a consultant with much of his background in Unix and Linux. Formerly with Anderson Consulting, he has also helped clients program, administer and design large relational databases.

As Windows servers have gained in power, and large databases have moved from Unix servers to Intel-class machines running Windows, Smith's consulting practice has expanded accordingly. Today, he is helping to guide IT administrators who grapple with general network infrastructure and Windows Server issues -- in particular, server security -- and in the migration off of older operating systems.

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