Open source groupware is better than ever, but for those seeking to replace Exchange, some caveats apply. Jim Conley examines the state of open source groupware and why it matters in a Microsoft shop.
Biometric devices offer more security
than standalone passwords. Here are three products that go beyond
the basics for authentication and verification.
Redmond's newest CTO hopes to make his mark on Microsoft's collaboration efforts, and perhaps much more.
Need cash for your next big project? Don't sweat it -- IT managers share their time-tested tips for prying open the corporate wallet.
Readers report that Microsoft's Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) tool is a vast improvement over its predecessor SUS.
AppManager gives you the tools you need to keep a firm grip on network
Remote collaboration moves forward with Groove Virtual Office's many workflow tools.
Can CIOs really be the all-knowing technology gurus we want them to be?
Beta Man highlights the enhancements Service Pack 1 brings to Virtual Server 2005.
Readers discuss 64-bit, desktop Linux and our new security columnist, Joern Wettern.
The command-line tool DevCon.exe provides a ton of functionality.
Many DMZs aren't as secure as you might think -- here's how to determine if yours have outlived their usefulness.
The topic this month is no laughing matter.
Bill likes much of what he finds in the latest Windows Server 2003 upgrade.
Former Novell VAR aims to put Boca Raton on Windows map -- again.
Benchmark published for SQL Server 2005; scalability story is mixed.
Technologies coming this fall should make configuring, administering and securing exchange e-mail via mobile phones an order of magnitude easier.