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Unix: The 64-Bit Gold Standard

Many say it will be years before 64-bit Windows becomes a serious challenger.

Top 5 Tricks for Word and PowerPoint

These flagship Office 2007 apps have some interesting new functions, if you know where to look.

To Virtualization and Beyond

VMware's Diane Greene is on a quest to make server virtualization ubiquitous.

Outlook 2007 Gets Mixed Reviews

While most readers like Microsoft's latest e-mail client, some say it's still not ready for prime time.

Automating the Desktop

Making your job easier, one tool at a time.

Word 2007: Not Exactly a Must-Have

Some sing its praises, but compatibility problems and the new interface leave others cold.

Exchange 2007: Access Anywhere

The Client Access Server gives you many remote access options for Exchange 2007.

Secrets of the Windows Gurus

Technology experts tell Redmond what makes them tick.

Windows Vista: Learning To Play Nice

Despite Microsoft's efforts so far, incompatibilities still dog the new OS.

Salary Survey: IT Workers Continue To Flourish

IT workers continue to ride a strong wave of increasing experience to a third straight year of high earnings, according to <i>Redmond</i> magazine's 12th annual Salary Survey.

Application Virtualization Hits Its Stride

Keeping a virtualized image clean just got a lot easier.

Friend and Foe of Microsoft

Symantec's chief John W. Thompson talks about co-opetition with Microsoft, the security market landscape and the company's Software as a Service and open source strategies.

Redmond's 12th Annual IT Salary Survey: Break out the Bubbly

Did your IT earnings get kicked up a notch this year? Redmond magazine's 2007 IT Salary Survey reveals that salaries, raises and bonuses went up for the third year in a row.

Redmond's Top 10 Hot Certs for 2008

Here are our predictions for next year's fastest-climbing certifications.

Whassup with WSUS?

Considering a WSUS upgrade? You should.

Web Security Roundup

Here are several ways to protect yourself against dangers on the Web.

Linux: Ready for Prime Time?

The jury is out on whether smaller shops can actually work with open source operating systems.

Microsoft Does Have a SOA Strategy

Redmond was conspicuously absent as the Service-Oriented Architecture hype exploded -- turns out it had a plan after all.

Q&A: Microsoft and Service-Oriented Technology

Steve Martin, director of product management for the Connected Systems Division at Microsoft, talks about shaping his company's SOA strategy.

10 Vista Security Truths

There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding Windows Vista's security features. It's time to set the record straight.

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