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  • WinZip

    WinZip is a Windows program that lets you archive and compress files so that you can store or distribute them more efficiently. 

  • The ROI of server consolidation

    It might be a quick route to lowering your TCO, but server consolidation comes in various forms -- and IT managers need to know the pros and cons attached to each option before choosing a consolidation path. 

  • Much ado about compliance

    Editor in Chief Marilyn Cohodas discusses IT's role in compliance and announces's reorganization, which will include greater coverage of technology issues important to Windows network and department-level managers. 

  • Help a DBA today!

    Editor Catherine Ketcher introduces, a site dedicated to serving SQL Server developers, administrators and managers the practical advice they need on topics including the latest news on SQL Server 2005, tips from industry experts ... 

  • Windows 2003, XP leading the way to 64-bit

    In April, Microsoft expects to release two versions of Windows that support 64-bit computing architecture, although many IT administrators say there's little reason for them to retire their 32-bit systems. 

  • Quick! Which specific SQL Server user is logged into which database?

    Sysprocesses -- one of the tables in SQL Server's master database can be used to track which SQL Server users are currently logged in and which database(s) they are accessing. 

  • Program code searches with SPEED Ferret

    SPEED Ferret allows SQL programmers to find instances in source code, property values and references. 

  • This Week: A tale of two Windows Web sites

    Editor Deb Bulkeley explains where you can find the Windows resources you need on our family of Web sites. Plus, stay informed with our Malware Guide, Exchange and password hardening tips, insight into directory services and a chance to win a SanDisk... 

  • Troubleshooting an Excel data import malfunction

    Importing Excel data with DTS may malfunction if the first eight rows of the spreadsheet are blank. 

  • Validating Windows -- what's in it for me?

    Microsoft is ramping up its Windows Genuine Advantage program, although who gets the advantage is debatable.