You're the ultimate authority for keeping your network up and running. You've carefully chosen tools that help you most and products you can't live without. Here are your choices for 2003's best of the best.
Migrating servers, users and resources from Windows NT to Windows Server 2003 was a big challenge for our fictional hero. We review a number of third-party tools to help ease his pain.
Your company is not keen on you honing your IT skills on its WAN for good reason. Building a lab is the next best thing. Here's how.
UrlScan is an invaluable security tool for Web sites. Although IIS 6.0 incorporates some of its functionality, it’s still useful for IIS 6.0 sites—and critical for older versions of IIS.
MCP Magazine is lining up an interview with the feisty and always outspoken Microsoft president and CEO Steve Ballmer.
Microsoft's exam for project management experts faces scrutiny of beta testers December 19 to January 9.
Exam 70-282, aimed at Small Business Server implementers, now available.
MCSE: Security specialization exam 70-298 to be released December 15.
MCDST: Another valuable way to validate your skills for a job, or more meaningless certification alphabet soup from Microsoft?
Why is Microsoft talking up a desktop OS that's two years away from delivery? In some ways, it's by design.
Project management-based exam from Microsoft beta testing from Dec. 8 to Jan. 2, 2004.
Brooktrout’s TruFax is Windows Server 2003-certified.