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  • Ethernet storage enters the Windows market

    A young company is betting that its low-cost alternative to iSCSI and Fibre Channel will play a key role in the future of networked storage. 

  • Lotus Notes and Sametime get more features

    IBM's Lotus Sametime 7.5 will add VoIP chat and video conferencing to its features list, the company said at Lotusphere this week. IBM also previewed its next version of Notes. 

  • Microsoft's 'Reporting Manager' is now RC

    One of the last technologies in the first wave of products related to the Dynamic Systems Initiative is now a release candidate. 

  • Chip analysts put little faith in AMD-Dell rumors

    Rumors swirl that Dell may start including AMD chips in its computers, but experts say the buzz is misplaced speculation. 

  • Third-party software solutions: Do you need them?

    The number of software companies and products that work with Windows has grown by leaps and bounds now that Active Directory is seasoned and stable. The question is: Do you need these third-party products? Derek Melber runs through what Microsoft pro... 

  • Symantec shuts down discussion groups

    One user has started a new, independent forum in response, saying IT professionals need a place to find support for problems related to the AV giant's products. 

  • Wrangling the data behemoth

    Regulatory compliance and business intelligence issues are driving explosive growth in the amount of data that enterprises keep, access and secure. 

  • VoIP a 'moving target'

    At Interop New York, a crew of experts discussed what security challenges VoIP creates and offered some helpful tips. One expert called VoIP technology a "moving target" for attacks. 

  • Exchange 12 sees first trial

    Microsoft's next-generation messaging platform has made it into a limited beta just weeks before the close of 2005. Exchange 12 is the first server platform that will require 64-bit hardware and Windows. 

  • Keys to finalizing your Active Directory migration

    When you migrate from Windows NT domains to Windows Active Directory domains, there are many aspects of the migration that can remain unfinished. Expert Derek Melber runs dows the list of areas that should be checked to avoid security gaps in your ne...