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  • IT must keep close eye on growing SaaS

    Software as a service is on the rise. And, it makes sense for IT administrators to know which applications are entering their lines of business because, more than ever, they are likely to involve IT. 

  • IT execs lack confidence in their DR plans

    Despite the growing number of companies that say they have disaster recovery plans in place, many of those same executives say they have little confidence that those plans will be effective if tested. 

  • virtual desktop manager

    A virtual desktop manager is a program that allows a computer user to have more than one user interface available simultaneously on a single computer. 

  • IT admins get help minding remote users

    With the number of mobile users growing every year, new features are in demand to help desperate IT managers keep tabs on wireless devices. New features from Exchange Server 2003's SP2 provide some remote relief. 

  • Intel hardware improves PC self-management

    Manageable hardware from Intel has improved how desktops and other portable devices can be more proactive in terms of monitoring their own health. 

  • Open source stacks move into critical operations

    IT managers must understand the changing dynamic of open source software stacks if they hope to benefit from flexibility and vendor independence down the road, says analyst Raven Zachary. 

  • Microsoft, Cisco release NAP/NAC roadmap

    Microsoft and Cisco released plans on just how they would make their competing security architectures interoperable. A private beta will start later this year. 

  • Vista pricing goes public

    Prices are posted for Microsoft Windows Vista courtesy of Amazon.com. But users will likely pay more after they factor in hardware and other software. 

  • Google eyes a home in the enterprise

    Later this year, Google will offer a desktop collaboration suite for enterprise users. Will IT shops bite? 

  • Microsoft tweaks legacy software support program

    Microsoft has restructured its custom support program for those who choose to patch products forever.