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  • TechMentor: Bourbon Street, games and, oh yea, IT

    Last week's TechMentor conference in New Orleans offered plenty of instruction for Windows pros, but there were ample distractions as well. 

  • How will users decide on Windows Server 2003? Analyst offers views

    The long-awaited Windows Server 2003 will be here in less than a month. Was it worth the wait? Or, more important, when's the right time to deploy it? In this three-part series, Margie Semilof talks with prominent industry experts about Microsoft's n... 

  • Third-party tools help Notes, Exchange play nice

    Migrating from IBM's Lotus Notes/Domino to Microsoft Exchange can be a real drag on your company's budget and your time. A peaceful coexistence of the two platforms may be the best choice, and there are several companies that say they can keep Notes ... 

  • IDC: Threat of long war to curtail IT spending

    The threat of a long war in Iraq has forced some analysts to paint a less rosy picture of IT spending here on the home front. 

  • Study: Windows admins too busy to worry about Licensing 6.0

    A new study shows that an overwhelming number of Windows admins not only haven't migrated to Licensing 6.0, they're too busy to even worry about it. 

  • Minasi on Linux vs. Windows: 'Is roast beef a threat to a salad?'

    The long-awaited Windows Server 2003 will be here in less than a month. Was it worth the wait? Or, more important, are there better alternatives? In this series of articles, Margie Semilof talks with prominent industry experts about Microsoft's new o... 

  • Active Directory delegation: Look before you leap

    Are the risks associated with the delegation of authority in Active Directory worth the operational efficiencies and cost savings? Two IT pros share their opinions. 

  • Case study: Retail chain's move to Windows a 'no brainer'

    It was an easy decision for hip clothier Urban Outfitters to switch from a Unix- to a Windows-based terminal services solution. The terminal software was easier to administer, and admins could customize client features without knowing scripting langu... 

  • Admin Know-IT-All Question #29

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #29 

  • New file system in Windows 2003 could cut TCO

    The usually unheralded but hard-working Distributed File System (DFS) in Windows is getting a makeover. The new, improved DFS, which will make its debut with Windows Server 2003, could, among other things, help trim TCO.