Gates gets mixed reviews in his tenure as chief software architect. Plus disaster recovery planning, readers review SPS 2003, following Microsoft's money and more.
Microsoft watchers give Bill Gates mixed reviews for his performance since relinquishing the CEO title to become Chief Software Architect.
Internet Explorer is a hacker's dream. Can you (and should you) drop it right now?
Changes to campaign finance laws mean a larger percentage of Microsoft political contributions now go to Democrats, but the company remains a force in both parties.
Disaster recovery planning can be worth a lot more than a pound of cure when your network goes down.
Once clear of the administrative learning curve, users give SPS 2003 high marks for ease of use and integration features.
Server consolidation may be a necessary evil, but either Virtual Server 2005 or GSX Server can ease the pain.
From the business wires this week: Active Directory tools, storage solutions and more.
Discounted exam vouchers can be used only at Pearson VUE testing centers.
From the business wires this week: authentication solutions, enterprise-class switches and other tools to smoothen infrastructure management.
Hand-on lab provides online access to security skills lab available for limited time.
From the business wires this week: storage and backup solutions, e-mail security, network management, more.
Looking for experts for advice on how to get the security certification.
From the business wires this week: enterprise security management software, a USB fingerprint reader and upgraded switches.
New program provides for free training for those deploying Microsoft software from Microsoft Gold Partners for Learning Solutions participants.
Treading softly with SP2 makes for sound security policy.
From the business wires this week: a security appliance for SMBs, e-mail storage upgrades and a security data management tool.
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