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  • January 24, 2003 24 Jan'03

    Interview: Exchange expert talks challenges for 2003

    Messaging expert Lee Benjamin has worn plenty of hats. He is currently an independent consultant and chairman of the New England Exchange User Group, which has 250 members. Most recently, he was vice president of Microsoft technology and strategies ...

  • January 23, 2003 23 Jan'03

    MS appeals Java decision, users ambivalent

    Maybe it's the principle that counts. Many Windows customers and analysts yawned when the order came down that Microsoft must ship Java with XP. While some people appreciate the convenience, others say the news is "small potatoes."

  • January 23, 2003 23 Jan'03

    LinuxWorld: Shock value gone from Microsoft presence

    Unix, not Windows, may be Linux's biggest foe when it comes to establishing a foothold inside the enterprise data center. Microsoft, meanwhile, remains public enemy No. 1 at LinuxWorld, but its presence isn't exactly drawing picket protests.

  • January 16, 2003 16 Jan'03

    Web site puts your frustrations into words, song

    The Brunching Shuttlecocks -- sounds like the name of a rock band with a taste for badminton and eggs Benedict. But this is a Web site that can help if your frustrations with technology or the boss leave you speechless.

  • January 16, 2003 16 Jan'03

    Mark Minasi Q&A: Tuning Windows 2000, XP and Windows Server 2003, part 3

    Mark Minasi answers more questions left over from his Jan. 9 tuning webcast: What to tweak and what to replace. Read on for advice on partitions, service packs...

  • January 16, 2003 16 Jan'03

    Mark Minasi Q&A: Tuning Windows 2000, XP and Windows Server 2003, part 2

    Mark Minasi answers leftover questions on FAT directories, Web servers, RAM and more from his Jan. 9 webcast.

  • January 15, 2003 15 Jan'03

    Outlook Web Access: Installation issues, part 1

    Outlook Web Access -- has anyone ever installed it without something going wrong? If the number of OWA questions that we receive is any indication, then the answer is an emphatic NO. In this two-part article, SearchWin2000.com's resident Exchange ...

  • January 15, 2003 15 Jan'03

    Outlook Web Access: Installation issues, part 2

    Continuing from part one of this two-part article, SearchWin2000.com's resident Exchange expert Scott Schnoll addresses more reader questions about the often confusing OWA setup process.

  • January 14, 2003 14 Jan'03

    Remote management shrinks the globe

    Stand-alone remote Windows management tools save IT pros hours of labor and their bosses thousands of dollars in travel bills. Three pros tell us what software they use -- not pcAnywhere -- and why. Convenient and efficient, yes, but there is one ...

  • January 13, 2003 13 Jan'03

    Step-by-step guide: How to install an FTP server on Windows XP

    Did you know that Windows XP Professional comes with a Web server and an FTP server? In this article, Robert Shahon walks you through installing the FTP server on Windows XP.

  • January 13, 2003 13 Jan'03

    Want job security? Be a consultant

    Your job title may read "IT" or "Windows administrator," but chances are that you are a de facto consultant too, especially if you make decisions, negotiate contracts, or manage a staff. Joe Webb is a trainer, application developer, network manager ...

  • January 09, 2003 09 Jan'03

    Admins grade Trustworthy Computing's first year

    Trustworthy Computing is one year old, and Windows admins, overall, are pleased that Microsoft showed some initiative.

  • January 08, 2003 08 Jan'03

    Dos and don'ts preparing for your company's growth

    If your company is going to expand, and a lot of companies are into that kind of thing, the IT department must be ready to "go with the grow." Otherwise you risk growing pains in the neck. One CIO has a three-step plan that works for him, and he ...

  • January 03, 2003 03 Jan'03

    Study: Spam a costly nuisance

    I think, therefore I'm spammed. A new study shows the tsunami of junk e-mail is costing U.S. firms billions of dollars. And how are those firms dealing with it? Many of them aren't doing a spam thing.

  • December 30, 2002 30 Dec'02

    Forecast and Review: .Net is a cure for the dot com hangover

    .NET development expert John Robbins doesn't mince words as he shares his frank opinions on the dot com crash and the bright future awaiting companies who adopt Visual Studio .NET 2003. So stop sulking – things are turning around.

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