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  • 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. 

  • 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... 

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

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

  • A small wrinkle for Windows authentication

    A new program by Microsoft to verify the authenticity of Windows-based desktops seeking to download updates should be a snap for most enterprise customers, with one "key" exception. 

  • Microsoft announces 2005 MVPs, summit dates

    Chief executive Steve Ballmer is expected to give the keynote address at a summit this year for some of the Most Valuable Professional program's 2,600 members, which include an IT prodigy from Chicago. 

  • Microsoft needs to keep its antispyware free

    In a previous article I summarized an assortment of free tools for combating spyware. Unfortunately, since that time, the problem has only worsened. 

  • IBM expands its software portfolio

    With an aggressive strategy to expand its software portfolio and plenty of cash to spare, IBM bought its way into several vertical markets in 2004. 

  • Year of the IT CEO -- the good, the bad, the ugly

    Some tech CEOs will be popping champagne corks to celebrate a successful 2004, while others will be drowning their sorrows.