Windows client management

  • January 24, 2002 24 Jan'02

    Want systems management success? Train, train again

    To be a tech wizard in a heterogeneous environment, you need more than a magic mouse. These tips from a multi-platform management and IT training guru can help make an IT manager a whiz, if not a wizard.

  • January 23, 2002 23 Jan'02

    Multi-platform management dos and don'ts

    You don't have to be a superhero to manage an environment that consists of multiple operating systems. You may have to a bit crafty, though. In this story, you'll find some tips to mastering a heterogeneous network.

  • January 14, 2002 14 Jan'02

    NetIQ's Administration Suite upgrade tackles Group Policy management, security

    An upgrade to NetIQ's Administration Suite takes on Active Directory security and Group Policy management.

  • January 08, 2002 08 Jan'02

    Exchange 2000 migration dos and don'ts

    Venture off the beaten path in migrating to Microsoft's Exchange 2000, and you could end up in quicksand. Start off on the right foot in your Exchange projects with these tips from a migration expert.

  • January 08, 2002 08 Jan'02

    Is it time to get Lazy?

    When it comes to the database -- lazy is better. At least that's what the folks behind Lazy Software think. They're just crazy about Sentences, a new relational database software.

  • January 07, 2002 07 Jan'02

    Server management dos and don'ts

    Are you spending too many lunch hours doing backups or upgrading servers? If so, you need these tips from Dell and Stratus server management experts.

  • January 03, 2002 03 Jan'02

    Top 10 virtual office mistakes

    Collaboration Architect's co-founders, John Darling and Bill Bruck, outlined ten mistakes organizations can make when dabbling in the world of virtual workplaces.

  • December 19, 2001 19 Dec'01

    Migration, security, and the economy top 2002 management scene

    It's the end of the year, so we've put together some predictions for what to expect in 2002. An analyst even predicts that hopes for a happy new year will be realized in an economic comeback.

  • December 19, 2001 19 Dec'01

    A tale of two screenshots, or how Microsoft gave me a new lease on life!

    One of the biggest differences between XP and its predecessors? Game space. XP got more game than you got time to play them!

  • December 11, 2001 11 Dec'01

    An emergency data recovery service makes tracks

    Disks damaged due to flood, fire or other natural disasters may seem unrepairable to you, but not to CBL Data Recovery Technologies, Inc. CBL specializes in the emergency retrieval of lost or destroyed data. SearchWindowsManageability spoke to CBL's...

  • December 11, 2001 11 Dec'01

    Load balancer selection dos and don'ts

    You may need only buy load balancing equipment rather than huge, expensive Web servers to conquer your traffic-related problems, according to Tony Bourke. To find out why this is so, searchWindowsManageability asked Bourke and F5 Networks' Chris ...

  • December 10, 2001 10 Dec'01

    Forecast & Review: Careers

    Katherine Spencer Lee's predictions for 2002

  • December 10, 2001 10 Dec'01

    Forecast & Review: Exchange

    Scott Schnoll's predictions for 2002

  • December 10, 2001 10 Dec'01

    Forecast & Review: Security

    Mark Edmead's predictions for 2002

  • December 04, 2001 04 Dec'01

    Users to Microsoft: Too much too soon

    Microsoft has invested millions in pushing Windows XP but some searchWin2000 are scratching their heads about the fate of Windows 2000. Why come out with a new operating system only 18 months after Windows 2000?