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  • April 16, 2003 16 Apr'03

    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.

  • April 10, 2003 10 Apr'03

    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 ...

  • April 07, 2003 07 Apr'03

    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...

  • April 04, 2003 04 Apr'03

    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.

  • April 04, 2003 04 Apr'03

    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.

  • April 03, 2003 03 Apr'03

    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 ...

  • April 03, 2003 03 Apr'03

    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.

  • April 01, 2003 01 Apr'03

    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 ...

  • April 01, 2003 01 Apr'03

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #29

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #29

  • March 31, 2003 31 Mar'03

    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.

  • March 27, 2003 27 Mar'03

    Windows Server 2003 offers more, demands more

    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 for your company to deploy it? In this series of articles appearing today and every Thursday for the next two ...

  • March 25, 2003 25 Mar'03

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #28

    Admin Know-IT-All Question #28

  • March 24, 2003 24 Mar'03

    Using SUS without Active Directory

    Looking for an affordable way to keep your user workstations humming with all of those critical security updates and hotfixes? Software Update Services doesn't have all the answers, but it's a good solution for the cost -- free -- from Microsoft. ...

  • March 20, 2003 20 Mar'03

    Economy, new VP drove System Center strategy

    Microsoft management group director David Hamilton dishes to SearchWin2000.com's Margie Semilof about his boss -- former BMC CIO Kirill Tatarinov -- and Redmond's vision for the brave new world of Windows sys admin software.

  • March 20, 2003 20 Mar'03

    Freight company hauls in 37,000 Windows patches

    Administrators at freight giant CNF have installed an eye-popping 37,000 Windows desktop patches since August. An IT manager with CNF explained why they needed so many, and he offered some patch management advice for those who need to patch things ...

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