Windows client management
- October 26, 2005
The rules for e-mail archiving vary from one organization to the next. IT should start the ball rolling before it gets the legal department involved in rules for message archiving.
- October 12, 2005
Active Directory is Microsoft's trademarked directory service. An integral part of the Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 architecture, AD will be one of the most challenging aspects of your Windows NT migration. We've gathered a wealth of ...
- October 12, 2005
Massachusetts' plan to standardize on OpenDocument -- a move that shuts out Microsoft Office from the state's buying process -- essentially amounts to a desktop application power play, says one expert.
- October 10, 2005
So, you've designed, tested and rolled out Active Directory. Now what? We've gathered together our best AD administration and management resources. These chapters will help you get the most out of all the new AD features and services.
- September 22, 2005
Microsoft wants to make networked storage easier and more accessible. So, why are Windows administrators still staying away?
- September 15, 2005
As Microsoft builds in workflow capabilities to its OS and some applications, it hopes to make life easier for IT administrators, who want better control over their apps.
- September 13, 2005
Microsoft has released a second beta for Monad, the company's alternative to the Linux and Unix command line scripting languages.
- September 12, 2005
When released, Exchange 12's delivery mode will be DVD only.
- September 07, 2005
IT administrators for mid-sized companies can look forward to an integrated bundle of server products to be released in the "Longhorn" timeframe.
- August 24, 2005
With Intel and AMD mapping out their competing strategies to move from single- to dual-core processors -- and eventually to multi-core -- IT executives are sizing up what all that extra processing power will mean to them.
- August 11, 2005
What a difference a few years make! While Microsoft and Linux devotees have had a relationship akin to the one between Dean Wormer and Delta House in "Animal House," things are changing. At LinuxWorld 2005, you're likely to see more ties, fewer tees...
- August 08, 2005
What will it take for IT executives and financial managers to stop hating Microsoft's Software Assurance? More assurance would be a good start -- like 24-hour support.
- June 28, 2005
Microsoft released a final security rollup for Windows 2000 Server just two days before the software transitions from Mainstream to Extended support.
- June 21, 2005
Once you've decided that an iSCSI storage area network fits your needs, it's time to choose the heart of your SAN: the disk array. There's an iSCSI array out there for just about everyone.
- June 16, 2005
There is little doubt that Linux is gaining headway in the enterprise. The big question is: "Where?" One consultant thinks he has the evidence to answer that question.