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  • Scripting hosts and the interpreter

    Scripting is simpler than it looks and can save you substantial time and effort. Here are some basic scripting concepts for newbies as we introduce a new regular column by Christa Anderson, a noted scripting authority. 

  • Data types you'll use

    Scripting is simpler than it looks and can save you substantial time and effort. Here are some basic scripting concepts for newbies as we introduce a new regular column by Christa Anderson, a noted scripting authority. 

  • SMBs weigh in on online storage

    The emergence of Web-based storage service providers presents one more option for SMBs. But depending who you talk to, the right answer for SMB storage devices remains to be seen. 

  • Small shops tackle DR on a budget

    The Boston Celtics and Nancy's Specialty Foods grapple with the challenges of replicating Exchange servers and the tradeoffs between iSCSI and Fibre Channel. 

  • More options in backup landscape for Windows

    Want to learn the ABCs of backup for your Windows environment? Here are the basics along with advice from some users who have been there and found the right match for their businesses. 

  • Ask Microsoft: Remotely reinstalling SBS

    Microsoft corporate vice president Rick Devenuti answers users' questions on remotely reinstalling Small Business Server and decommissioning a backup domain controller. 

  • Hitachi soups up Windows support

    Hitachi Data Systems offers new support for Microsoft's Windows and Exchange in its HiCommand storage management software. 

  • Downsizing can reap server use benefits

    Consolidating servers is a popular notion, but just how much consolidation can an organization achieve? In some cases (think potential disruptions), it's not an option. 

  • Windows registry defined

    The Windows registry is a single place for managing hardware, system options, memory settings and start-up of applications. Get the details about this key Windows component here. 

  • Expert profile: Laura E. Hunter

    Laura E. Hunter is a technical author, trainer, speaker and a Windows Network Manager for a major no...