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  • How virtualization can simplify your transition to 64-bit computing

    The IT industry is starting to migrate toward 64-bit computing, but it could be years before all mission-critical software is compatible with the new infrastructure. In this article, Alessandro Perilli discusses how you can use server virtualization ... 

  • Navigating Windows Server 2003 R2 backup bounty

    Microsoft's Windows Server 2003 R2 and System Center Data Protection Manager 2006 protect data differently depending on how data is used within the corporation. 

  • Microsoft opens slots in new certification program

    Microsoft is now taking applications for 250 slots in its new Microsoft Certified Architect program for experienced IT people who have married their technical skills with their business savvy to accomplish company goals. 

  • News from Microsoft TechEd 2006

    TechEd, Microsoft's annual showcase event for enterprise IT professionals and application developers, is being held June 11th-16th in Boston. Find out what topics were the talk of TechEd this year! 

  • AMD chips signal new era in Windows shops

    The reign of Wintel is ending as more servers appear in Windows shops that are powered by AMD's Opteron processors. One AMD executive talks about how his company is inching onto Intel's turf. 

  • Microsoft plans service desk

    At its Management Summit 2006, Microsoft said it will offer its own service desk. The company also rebranded upcoming versions of SMS, MOM, Exchange and the Monad scripting shell. 

  • IT contracting can be a good career move

    Can't find a permanent IT job? Consider temporary work or self-employment. The rewards can be substantial for those who can stomach the costs and take on the responsibility for arranging their work and cash flows. 

  • What are you worth? IT salary surveys shed some light

    Results from two recent Windows IT salary surveys show a need for professionals to broaden their perspectives as they climb higher on technical or management ladders. 

  • Yahoo! unveils Ajax Web services

    Leveraging its 2004 acquistion of Oddpost Inc., Yahoo! has released four new Ajax-based Web services APIs. 

  • Two ways Microsoft sabotages Linux desktop adoption

    Microsoft may not make flawless software, but its proprietary strategy is hard to fault. In particular, Microsoft has mastered desktop lock-in, undermining users' confidence in any alternatives and creating a slew of minor difficulties that irritate ...