April 2007 - Star Power: The 2007 Redmond Readers' Choice Awards
You voted and the results are in: Find out which products you've chosen as the cream of the crop. Plus, more tips on easing Vista deployment; 10 tasty terminal server tools; some welcome changes in Exchange 2007; and much, much more.
You voted for our annual Best of the Best and the results are in: Find out which products you've chosen as the cream of the crop.
The resources are there to help ease deployment, now here's the best way to use them.
The new Exchange offers welcome changes on the admin side, but not as many on the client side.
Choosing the right Terminal Server admin tool can be a little like concocting the perfect latte.
Messaging Ninja keeps a watchful eye on the e-mail moving in and out of your Exchange network.
The ink hasn't dried on good, old-fashioned journalism.
Don't be fooled -- Microsoft still has a long way to go.
Generating VBScipt log-on scripts -- without all the the VBS.
Snooping on your employees' e-mails -- that can't be good for morale.
Joern shows you two more ways you can keep your DNS safe.
Microsoft's Log Parser might be the one of the most flexible tools you never knew about.
New Systems Center Operations Manager will manage enterprise-level services.
Deal with 1&1 offers Web hosters low-cost open source alternative.