Windows Server storage management

  • February 22, 2005 22 Feb'05

    Downsizing can reap server use benefits

    Consolidating servers is a popular notion, but just how much consolidation can an organization achieve? In some cases (think potential disruptions), it's not an option.

  • February 14, 2005 14 Feb'05

    Windows registry defined

    The Windows registry is a single place for managing hardware, system options, memory settings and start-up of applications. Get the details about this key Windows component here.

  • February 14, 2005 14 Feb'05

    Ask Microsoft: Simplifying DR planning

    Microsoft's former corporate senior vice president Rick Devenuti weighs in on how to simplify disaster recovery planning.

  • February 03, 2005 03 Feb'05

    Storage appliance, the server alternative

    Although SMBs can, and do, use servers to fill a variety of roles from serving up Web pages to delivering applications, one traditional server role can now be delegated elsewhere very affordably.

  • February 02, 2005 02 Feb'05

    Microsoft qualifies Brocade SAN router

    Brocade's SilkWorm Multiprotocol Router has received Microsoft qualification for use in linking iSCSI networks to Fibre Channel SANs.

  • January 11, 2005 11 Jan'05

    Accounting firm overhauls data center -- on budget

    A need to consolidate and update technology propelled a 400-seat enterprise to overhaul its IT infrastructure and standardize on Windows -- on a budget that was meant for maintenance.

  • December 16, 2004 16 Dec'04

    Service packs vs. rollups: The fix is in

    Some Microsoft customers clamor for Windows service packs that cover every imaginable fix, but experts warn that they should be careful what they wish for. In end-of-life cases like Windows 2000 Server, a rollup may be all they need.

  • December 14, 2004 14 Dec'04

    Expert profile: Laura E. Hunter

    Laura E. Hunter is a technical author, trainer, speaker and a Windows Network Manager for a major northeastern ...

  • December 07, 2004 07 Dec'04

    Release is a signal that Windows 2003 SP1 is near

    Microsoft's new release candidate for Windows Server 2003 SP1 is a tune-up for the operating system's first service pack, which is on track for the first half of 2005.

  • December 06, 2004 06 Dec'04

    ISCSI wows some users, confuses others

    Trying to nail down a consistent sentiment about iSCSI here at the Storage Decisions 2004 conference in New York City is like trying to type without a keyboard – near impossible.

  • December 06, 2004 06 Dec'04

    Dirt cheap iSCSI software hits the shelves

    Although the price for DataCore Software's new SANmelody might be good, the company's performance claims are far from recording breaking.

  • November 10, 2004 10 Nov'04

    Common sense dictates data center choices

    The business of managed data center hosting has greatly matured during the past several years, particularly for the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market. Better software has become available, and there is far more Web enablement than in the ...

  • November 05, 2004 05 Nov'04

    Microsoft levels the playing field for patch notices

    Psst. Want the scoop on what's in Microsoft's security bulletin this month? Well, you no longer have to be a select customer to get that kind of information.

  • November 03, 2004 03 Nov'04

    Group Policy Q&A -- Guarding wireless access points

    In this excerpt from e-book "The tips and tricks guide to securing Windows Server 2003," Roberta Bragg answers the question, "How can I prevent wireless access points from becoming an unguarded entry point into my network."

  • October 15, 2004 15 Oct'04

    'Black Tuesday' leaves Windows admins blue

    Forget the Monday morning blues. For Windows administrators, the second Tuesday of the month has become the day to dread.