The Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act poses a real compliance headache for businesses of every size, and Windows admins are feeling the heat. Fortunately, we’re here with a few handy shortcuts.
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Blade servers from HP and IBM help you pack the maximum amount of storage into the least amount of space.
Virtualization has become a serious tool for production environments.
Tom’s Hardware tests the highest-end desktop systems.
Users say Apache 2.0 is a robust, flexible and secure Web server that just plain works.
The Enterprise Edition of ISA 2004 provides centralized management and unmatched scalability.
Take a large-scale view of your network traffic and topology.
Gates and crew's new direction in offering Microsoft's products as Web services is being met with more confusion than mandate by the industry.
Microsoft finally catches up with its competitors with features like tabbed browsing and integrated RSS feeds in Internet Explorer 7.
The hardware demands of the next Windows and Office System 2006 products may prove to be not worth the effort for vendors and customers.
Software religion and its zealots, and Microsoft's diverse but sometimes overlapping products.
Keep your inboxes clean of spam and viruses with some new tools and enhancements in Exchange 2003.
Sun's director of Web technologies talks about Microsoft's decision to go open source with an Office file format.
The Sony BMG rootkit fiasco could be the worst retail marketing meltdown since the launch of New Coke.