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MCP Program Hits 1.5 Million Participants

Latest numbers show MCSE 2003 at 10,013; MCDST at 1,280.

New Beta for Old Windows Exam?

Microsoft to release beta version of 70-291 exam with questions relating to upcoming Windows XP SP2, say sources.

Editor for a Day: Greg Shields, Raytheon Company

Despite a resistant corporate culture, Greg and his colleagues developed a formalized change management process, which can even be adapted to smaller groups.

Consolidate Servers Now—or Pay Forever!

Microsoft's claims notwithstanding, consolidation may be in your immediate future.

Certified Mail: July 2004

Whether you get what you pay for in dirt-cheap servers. Plus, who's eagerly awaiting the next Windows servers? Not these readers.

Welcome to REDMOND (Magazine)!

Coming in October: More of the same, but more and better.

Developer Exams Now Live

Registration for security-focused developer exams 70-330 and 70-340 begins June 28.

Last Chance: MCP Exams Retiring in June

Microsoft to retire 11 exams at the end of the month.

Old NT Guys

Where do we go from here?

Microsoft MCP Private Web Site Newly Designed

Revamped secure area of Web site contains updated benefits.

Free Re-Take of MCP Exams

Pearson VUE is offering a free re-take on select MCP exams to anyone who fails an exam between April 30 and June 30.

Knock, Knock, But No One's Home

Quick way to check out why a Web page isn't responsive.

Texas D.A. Won't Prosecute Alleged Braindumper

Judge orders assets returned; Microsoft considering civil charges.

Assessing Your Desktop Support Skills

Microsoft, MeasureUp team up to provide desktop support assessments.

Reminder: Developer Exams in Beta Next Week

Qualified MCSD candidates can take new security-based developer exams for free; exams set for April 21 beta testing.

Reality Bites

How does outsourcing--or how will it--affect you?

The Sybex Guide to Surviving Exam 70-290

This Sybex book will help you prepare to pass the new Windows Server 2003 administration certification exam.

Outsourced Worker: How Do You Stack Up?

Chances are, you work for a company that’s involved in outsourcing in some form. The question you need to answer for yourself is whether that’s such a bad thing.

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