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  • Virtual demands push MS to real action

    Microsoft says it's "truly surprised" by customer demand for virtual server software. The company is cranking out a beta version to satisfy customers who want to save money by consolidating servers. 

  • Best Web Links: 64-bit Computing

    Looking for answers to your 64-bit questions? We've collected these resources to help you decide if 64-bit technology has a place in your enterprise. 

  • Why outsource? Ask the 'Y'

    How did the IT folks at Denver's YMCA get into shape? By outsourcing their Windows environment. For them, the advantages outweighed the disadvantages. 

  • Admin Know-IT-All Question #32

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #32 

  • Windows Server 2003's competition: NT, Windows 2000

    Microsoft has now launched Windows Server 2003 (no, really, it has!), and the new platform has some stiff competition -- older brothers NT and Windows 2000. How can Microsoft compete against itself? The company plans to pitch the idea that Windows Se... 

  • Pick your patch management product -- admins enjoy choices

    It seems like there are almost as many patch management products as there are patches to manage. Several new products have bloomed in the last week. 

  • Admin Know-IT-All Question #31

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #31 

  • Windows Server 2003 success key to Microsoft's future

    Windows Server 2003 may be steeled for security threats, but will Microsoft's new baby be protected from bugged-out customers and open-source competition? 

  • Microsoft sharpens security tools

    Microsoft plans to release updated versions of its SUS and Baseline Security Analyzer tools. These freebies are designed to help admins get a better handle on the generous supply of security patches and fixes that come down from "Mount Redmond." 

  • Communal computing -- Microsoft courts Windows community

    You can learn a lot from a penguin. Microsoft, taking a cue from the communal nature of open-source, is polishing its people skills and reaching out to Windows users. The goal? To show that even a software giant can have humanity.