Enterprise Infrastructure Management

  • June 23, 2003 23 Jun'03

    Make peace with your VPN

    Does the pain and pressure of maintaining your company's VPN make you want to commit an act of VPN violence? Before you wage war on your virtual private network, take a look at what our VPN ambassadors have to say. In this two-part article, our site...

  • June 11, 2003 11 Jun'03

    Letters to the editor: Microsoft's changes to Licensing 6.0

    Recently, asked our members to send in their comments on the changes Microsoft is making to Licensing 6.0 and to let us know what they'd to see in the new Software Assurance maintenance program. Here's what a few of our readers had...

  • May 28, 2003 28 May'03

    KIA Quiz #31: Analyze this!

    KIA Quiz #31: Analyze this!

  • May 28, 2003 28 May'03

    KIA Quiz #26: I'll be missing you

    KIA Quiz #26: I'll be missing you

  • May 28, 2003 28 May'03

    KIA Quiz #27: Howdy, stranger

    KIA Quiz #27: Howdy, stranger

  • May 21, 2003 21 May'03

    John Terpstra: Linux -- when to use it and why

    John Terpstra's "Linux -- when to use it and why" session from Enterprise Windows Decisions 2003.

  • May 21, 2003 21 May'03

    Steve Kleynhans: Delivering an effective end-user environment

    Steve Kleynhans' "Delivering an effective end-user environment" session from Enterprise Windows Decisions 2003.

  • May 15, 2003 15 May'03

    Where did our data come from?

    What kind of Windows customers graded Microsoft for our report card? Here's a breakdown of "the graders."

  • May 15, 2003 15 May'03

    Old attitudes die hard when it comes to Microsoft

    Microsoft is still fighting an old enemy -- its own reputation. Customers still grouse about Redmond's monopolistic ways and pressure tactics, and they're glad Linux has at least brought some competition into the mix.

  • May 08, 2003 08 May'03

    Interview: Virtual servers and actual results

    The next big IT trend looks to be server consolidation. IT administrators buy less hardware, and there are fewer servers to manage. They are also useful in disaster recovery scenarios and for backing up clusters, explained Alan Thomas, a senior ...

  • April 17, 2003 17 Apr'03

    Five things to remember before you call the license reseller

    Too many Windows licenses? Too few? Before you call the reseller, there are five things you need to keep in mind.

  • April 16, 2003 16 Apr'03

    Open-source vs. Microsoft: Assessing TCO

    In this Q&A, CJ Rayhill, COO and executive vice president for O'Reilly & Associates, and Peter Houston, senior director of Microsoft's Windows server strategies discuss the TCO question. In part two, they cover the competition between the Linux/...

  • April 15, 2003 15 Apr'03

    MS: Open-source model 'definitely worth emulating'

    Microsoft continues to expand its Shared Source Initiative (SSI) across the company, in response to customers' growing interest in open-source technologies and as part of Microsoft's overall effort to create initiatives that build community among...

  • April 08, 2003 08 Apr'03

    Microsoft prepares for its 64-bit closeup

    The debut of Windows Server 2003 will also mark Microsoft's entry to the high-end world of 64-bit computing. Even though the market for this kind of technology may be a bit immature, experts say it's important that MS let the world know that the ...

  • March 28, 2003 28 Mar'03

    Microsoft management plans ambitious, ambiguous

    Microsoft has offered a few details on its management strategy, but other details, helpful ones that might help you plan for the new System Center, are still up in the air.