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They were a smooth-running, well-oiled IT machine—then a sticky, application-specific problem tested their mettle.
While SANs are networks that connect storage to servers, think of a NAS as a server with a lot of local storage.
As prices continue to drop, storage area networks are becoming increasingly common. Here’s what you need to know to design and build your enterprise’s SAN. We’ve even done the testing for you.
Software Update Services is Microsoft’s new server for distributing hotfixes and patches across the enterprise. It’s also a tremendous time-saver.
A key indicator of Windows 2000’s popularity in the enterprise, Active Directory adoption, is showing dramatic growth, according to a Web survey by ENTmag.com.
Quick test: Have you ever used a "braindump" for exam preparation? The answer to that question may not be as simple as a "yes" or "no."
.NET track changes trigger waves of response; how paper MCSEs are a benefit to IT; and more reasons to like Microsoft.
MCP Magazine interviewed Microsoft's Dan Truax regarding the "braindump" case's impact on other alleged braindump testing sites.
Forget .NET. Sayonara, Web services. What Microsoft really wants you to know about its products these days is that you can trust them.
Microsoft has decided not to extinguish all support for Windows NT 4.0 for another year.
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