06/01/2010

IT Hell

Tales of woe, survival and redemption from the great recession.


In-Depth

Convergence in the Cloud: Dynamics, Azure and Going Hybrid

Microsoft might be "all in" for the cloud -- where it now has competition from Salesforce.com and VMware -- but its Dynamics applications will likely benefit most from a hybrid model.


IT Hell: How the Recession Has Affected IT Jobs

Readers share their tales of woe, survival and redemption from the great recession.


ADFS 2.0 Opens Doors to the Cloud

The new Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services release promises to up the ante on cloud security.


Distributing and Optimizing SharePoint Workload

Solving bandwidth and latency issues and improving the performance of a SharePoint implementation can lead to better experiences for users and lower costs for IT.


Product Reviews

LogRhythm: Event Logs for All

LogRhythm will feel more comfortable to users with some database experience, but there's no debating the product's powerful capabilities.


Barney's Rubble

Celebs Aren't All Dopes: Famous People with Tech Backgrounds

From Liam Nissan to Todd Rundgren, here's some celebrities who easily could have found themselves working beside you.


Decision Maker

Managing File Transfer with MFT and P2P

There's probably a dozen or more ways this is getting done in your shop. Here's what you need to know to create a supported, secure solution for everyone.


Foley on Microsoft

Software vs. Services

Microsoftis driving its customers toward online services, but do its customers really want to ride along?


Letters from Readers

Reader Letters May 2010: Telephone Woes

Readers chime in on communication methods, the future of computing in the cloud, PowerShell issues and more.


Practical App

RODCs: Understanding and Implementing the New Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain Controllers

Read-only domain controllers (RODCs), a new feature of Active Directory Domain Services, represent a fundamental change in how you'll use DCs -- for security and otherwise. Here's what you need to know to implement them in your enterprise.


Windows Insider

Why You Need User Virtualization

User virtualization offers IT shops more control, makes remote management easier and improves the overall experience for end-users.


Redmond Tech Watch

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