Windows client management

  • December 10, 2001 10 Dec'01

    Forecast & Review: Careers

    Katherine Spencer Lee'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?

  • December 03, 2001 03 Dec'01

    Intel keeps pushing P2P with free development tools for .NET

    Intel is proving to be a real peer to Microsoft. The chipmaker is taking a Microsoft-centric approach to peer-to-peer in an effort to garner more widespread interest from developers.

  • December 03, 2001 03 Dec'01

    Software suite allows remote Windows configuration management

    BladeLogic Inc. announced today its BladeLogic Software Suite 4.0 that allows administrators to manage remote Windows, Unix and Linux machines via a single console.

  • November 27, 2001 27 Nov'01

    Disk defragmenting dos and don'ts

    Tony Conte, director of information and business systems for Racine, Wis.-based Horizon Retail Construction Inc., shared some tips to implementing and choosing the best disk defragmentation software for your Windows environment.

  • November 26, 2001 26 Nov'01

    Running Windows applications on Linux could lower TCO

    SearchWindowsManageability found out how running Windows on Linux can improve desktop management and lower hardware upgrade costs significantly.

  • November 15, 2001 15 Nov'01

    Got a complete privacy policy? Think again.

    Corporate privacy policies need to cover a variety of avenues in today's Internet Age. However, the government does not detail privacy in one succinct law. Instead, it is spread about in the Bill of Rights and other statutes. So, ...

  • November 14, 2001 14 Nov'01

    Dos and don'ts of choosing, managing clusters

    Do you expect a cluster to do something it can't? Cluster technology expert David Flawn reveals the misconceptions about the capabilities of clusters and offers tips for effective cluster deployment.

  • November 13, 2001 13 Nov'01

    Microsoft warms to Java

    Microsoft isn't exactly hot for Java, but the company has at least warmed up to it a little, having licensed a JDBC driver to connect Java programs to SQL servers.

  • November 13, 2001 13 Nov'01

    Take the pain out of deploying Systems Management Server 2.0

    IT managers tell searchWindowsManageability that SMS 2.0 packs so much into one application that it's a monster to get up and running. To reduce the fear factor, sWM asked SMS expert Bill Anderson to offer tips for effective SMS 2.0 deployment and ...

  • November 13, 2001 13 Nov'01

    Look before you leap into Web services

    Web services' promise of publishing applications on the Web for users of many types of devices and users to use is appealing. Even so, businesses should look before they leap on the bandwagon, says SplitFire Technologies CEO Thomas Kelly.

  • November 09, 2001 09 Nov'01

    Fast NT/2000 and XP recovery tools

    Two new products from imagine LAN, Inc. promise to reboot the Windows NT/2000/XP operating systems after system failure.

  • November 08, 2001 08 Nov'01

    Dos and don'ts for Microsoft Systems Management Server 2.0 implementation

    The "no pain, no gain" principle doesn't have to apply to deploying and using Microsoft's Systems Management Server 2.0, said Microsoft SMS expert Bill Anderson. Here are his tips for pain-free implementations.

  • November 07, 2001 07 Nov'01

    DB2 and XP are AOK

    IBM is letting its flagship sail in uncharted Windows waters. Big Blue's database is now XP-ready.

  • November 06, 2001 06 Nov'01

    XP and Linux: A showdown in the works?

    Linux lovers can't really beat the drums of stability and reliability when they diss Windows XP. Does this bring the two OSes closer to a desktop duel or a server showdown?