Exchange 2003 allows for a more consolidated e-mail architecture. Here's how to pull it off.
Vendors have lots of ways to manipulate ROI data to their advantage, making it seem as if every product is the answer to your IT prayers. Don't believe the hype.
Forget about low-carb diets. Storage consolidation is the new craze hitting the fat-conscious world.
Ditch your server dead weight: Consolidate to streamline management.
New hacking methods make short passwords unsafe, but Microsoft makes it tough to go long. Her's how to forge an effective policy.
From the business wires this week: anti-spyware solutions, Power over Ethernet media converters, and updated virtual machine software.
Microsoft has released several exams aimed not at making MCPs; rather, these ones measure competencies of Microsoft Certified Partner members.
From the business wires this week: a firewall for education networks, a USB fingerprint reader for printing, and a man skates across the U.S. to meet Bill Gates.
Microsoft offering many Windows 2003 and Exchange e-learning courses at discount for limited time.
From the business wires this week: a Wi-Fi firewall, Web content management solution and more Intel Xeon servers.
For a limited time, Microsoft is making its online exam preparation
clinic for the MCDST exams free for a limited time.
As 2004 comes to a close, Microsoft faces small but growing threats around the edges of its desktop monopoly.
A Q & A with Blake Ross, lead architect of the Firefox browser.
Live Communications Server 2005 is barely off the drawing board.