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  • Reporter's notebook: Deconstructing TechEd

    As workers at the San Diego Convention Center begin dismantling the displays for TechEd today, what will be the key takeaway from this year's signature Microsoft event? Two words: life cycle. 

  • Firewall is XP SP2's shining star

    A network management expert and Windows MVP outlines highlights from the coming release of Microsoft's much-anticipated Windows XP Service Pack 2. 

  • Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #14: Answer key

    ANSWER KEY: Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #14
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Unleashed, 2nd edition 

  • Microsoft extends its product life cycle

    Slipped into a blizzard of product announcements and demos at the TechEd conference was welcome news about Microsoft's policy on long-term support of its software products. 

  • TechEd: Ballmer pushes greater platform integration

    Customers need Microsoft's various software products to work better together to increase productivity and lower cost of ownership, said CEO Steven Ballmer. Redmond wants to make Longhorn the first example of such integration. 

  • Patching technology gets a push

    Two software makers with a Windows focus, NetIQ and BindView, are releasing products that blend patch management with vulnerability assessment. 

  • Microsoft offers 'cold' server perk to customers

    For businesses that have servers standing at the ready in case of disaster, Redmond has some good news. 

  • Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #13: Answer key

    ANSWER KEY: Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #13
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Unleashed, 2nd edition 

  • Screech! Users hit the brakes on Linux server migrations

    Reversing last year's trend, fewer Windows administrators say they are going to make the switch to Linux. 

  • Microsoft still has its work cut out on licensing

    Software Assurance. Licensing 6.0. These are still alien terms to many of the 1,000 IT managers and administrators who responded to a recent survey. Can anything bring down the wall of confusion?