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  • Jarring jargon -- IT never at a loss for words

    If IT were to be charged with one crime, it should be abuse of the English language. Who is to blame for these "words" -- words that should be kept at the bottom of an extensible repository rather than at the top of one's mission-critical vocabulary?... 

  • Microsoft customer upgrades inevitable

    With the economy improving, companies will -- finally, after three years -- bite the bullet and move up the food chain from NT 4 and Exchange 5.5 to newer versions of those products. 

  • Microsoft needs to sell what it created in '03

    In 2003, Microsoft shipped more major software releases than in any year in its history. 2004 will show how well those products are received in the market. 

  • Have you met our newest expert?

    SearchWin2000.com welcomes Jeremy Moskowitz, MCSE, MCSA, author and independent Windows consultant, to our impressive group of experts. 

  • EMC, Microsoft lend credence to virtualization

    EMC's bid for VMware Inc. and Microsoft's earlier purchase of Connectix Corp. have given a major boost to software that creates virtual computers. 

  • Two betas planned for XP SP2, Microsoft says

    A final version of Windows XP Service Pack 2, a service pack with the feel of a full upgrade, will ship in the middle of 2004, a Microsoft executive said Tuesday. 

  • Antispam bill: Savior or toothless wonder?

    We now have a national "do not call" list to protect us from those loathsome telemarketing calls at dinnertime. A "do not spam" law, to protect us from those loathsome round-the-clock junk e-mails, may not be far behind, if President Bush signs the b... 

  • What's hot; what's not in 2003

    What were the hot buttons for Windows admins this year? Patch management – specifically Microsoft's free Software Update Services tool. 

  • Festive Season Quiz: Do you speak Geek?

    Holiday quiz from Whatis.com 

  • Microsoft's top 10 challenges for 2004

    One of the industry's top Microsoft watchers, Directions on Microsoft, has released its annual list of Redmond's top 10 challenges for the new year.