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  • Dos & don'ts for making it in IT

    Do you have what it takes to make it in IT? Do you know how to choose the right IT employees? Microsoft trainer Doug Paddock's guidelines can help IT wannabes know themselves and provide good questions for employers to ask prospective employees. 

  • Analysts: Microsoft feeding thin client frenzy

    These are thick times for thin clients -- the market is booming while the rest of the industry, well, isn't. Microsoft may be unwittingly fattening up thin client sales. 

  • Linux's new popularity noteworthy, but unlikely to smudge Windows

    What does the recent outbreak of love for Linux mean to Microsoft? Not a whole lot in the short term, but penguin plans from Sun and IBM could throw a few kinks in Microsoft's plan for the software server market . 

  • Boosting Exchange performance

    Need to improve your Exchange server performance? Here's the scoop on an implementation of a new Exchange reporting tool. 

  • Application management dos and don'ts

    Too often, IT managers can't get their hands on enough information to prevent application meltdowns. Master the subtleties of application management with these tips. 

  • Wireless management dos and don'ts

    Remote management via handheld devices, like Pocket PC, may give IT managers even more management flexibility than previously available via Web browsers. These dos and don'ts will help IT managers get a handle on this new medium. 

  • Microsoft: Oracle isn't "all that"

    Stan Sorensen, director of SQL Server at Microsoft, said in the mid-1990s, his company faced a tough decision. At issue -- whether Microsoft should enter the database business or whether it should let others cash in on that market. Naturally, Micros... 

  • IT Pro Doug Paddock's dos and don'ts

    Microsoft Certified Trainer Doug Paddock shares his tips for avoiding IT disasters. 

  • Kicking the Windows habit: Domino vs. Exchange

    IBM's Lotus Software and Microsoft Corp.'s messaging and development platforms have been duking it out for years. Microsoft's Exchange 2000 runs on Windows 2000 and uses Active Directory for directory services, while Lotus's Domino works on a variety... 

  • Security horror stories: True tales and expert advice

    Ouch! These first-person tales describe painful security disasters. Fortunately, their pain is your gain. Advice from SearchWindowsManageability's security experts offers some preventative medicine for your systems.