07/01/2007

July 2007 - Adding Windows Muscle

Based on Microsoft's model, the open source world evolves its stacks strategy. Also in this issue, we ask whether mobile devices are ticking time bombs, show you how Exchange 2007 lets you use several high-availability techniques, review Windows Mobile and GOexchange, and much more.


In-Depth

Linux Gains Windows Muscle

Based on Microsoft's model, the open source world evolves its stacks strategy.


Windows Mobile Dogged by Reliability Issues

Readers appreciate the features of Windows Mobile 5.0, but getting it to work consistently on most devices is difficult.


Exchange 2007: Always On

Exchange 2007 comes equipped to let you use several high availability techniques.


Mobile Devices: Ready To Explode?

Mobile personal devices are very convenient, but often quite dangerous.


Product Reviews

GOexchange: The Third Option

Not too hot, not too cold, for Exchange maintenance.


Barney's Rubble

Sounds of Silence

Microsoft's habit of pleading the Fifth on key issues has left some IT pros hanging.


Beta Man

'Orcas' Beta a Killer?

An early look at the next Visual Studio shows better tools integration and more features.


Foley on Microsoft

Vista's Six-Month Report Card

What, precisely, is dragging the OS down?


Mr. Roboto

No Shoes, No Script, No Service

Never miss another e-mail notification again.


Security Advisor

The Essential Security Toolbox

From protocol analyzers to vulnerability scanners, here are some tools that can help keep your network secure.


Windows Insider

Set Access Control on Mandatory

Getting past the complexities in Windows Integrity Control.


News

Microsoft's Roadmap Steers Toward the Present

For a change, Tech-Ed focuses on the here and now.


Microsoft Debuts Office Live Meeting 2007

Upcoming service seen as a key piece of company's Unified Communications plans.


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