August 2000 - Fifth Annual Salary Survey (2000)

Good news: Salaries have risen. Bad news: You need more experience to compete.


Visit to a Far-Flung Subnet

In which Mole addresses issuing IP addresses to clients all over the place.

Salary Surveys

Law of Averages

A close look at the numbers will reveal why your salary may differ slightly.

What do the Numbers Really Mean—For You?

That MCP salaries remain strong is no surprise, given the increasing need for skilled IT professionals and developers.

Salary Surveys: Managing The Pain

Dealing with the fallout from the salary surveys—increasing your salary and evaluating the salaries of your IT professionals.

Book Reviews

TCP/IP and More

This book provides a solid grounding in Windows 2000's TCP/IP Protocol Suite.

Understanding Directory Services

Novice or experienced network administrator? You need to understand the intricacies of directory services.

Beginning ASP Databases

Not for the certification-minded, this book teaches you the basics for building database-driven Web apps.

Exam Reviews

Mapping the Network

You know how to lay cable and troubleshoot technical angles, but for this exam, be prepared to be tested on designing and implementing an enterprise network.

Product Reviews

Getting on the MCSA Path

CBT Vision’s Examiner for 70-218 proves a worthy study tool.

Email for the Masses

Mailsite offers Web based email that can be used for small- to mega-companies.

Virtual Machines Improve Success

Emulate other operating systems with VMware 2.0.

Real-Time Hard Drive Monitoring

Catch drive problems before the crash with Intelli-SMART 2.0.

Call Me Certifiable

It's a Wonderful Life

If you're an IT pro, consider yourself among the lucky and well compensated.

Drill Down

Resource Kit Riches

You want to use the right tools to manage Windows 2000. Make sure this set of documentation is in your toolbox.

Mr. Script

Class Theory

When it comes to Windows Script Components, it’s important to have a firm grasp of VBScript Classes, including when to use Public vs. Private properties.

Get Yourself Organized, Part 2

Keeping your scripts structured with procedures is great for organization and flexibility—but show caution in their use.

Security Advisor

IPSec, Your Private Communications Security Cop

Implementing this emerging data communication security standard can tighten up your network. Here’s how its default policies work.

Windows Foundation

Keeping Your Win2K Server Happy

Now that you've implemented Windows 2000, you'll need to keep all your systems running smoothly via day-to-day diligence.

Windows Insider

AD Administrator’s Toolbelt

In this second phase of your Active Directory testing, it’s time to try out the utilities included in Windows 2000 to simplify your networking duties.

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