April 2004 - Outsourced Nation
Exchange Server 2003 Migration Tools, TechNet In-depth, Event Log Secrets
Knowing what’s in your Event Logs is a key to knowing what your servers are doing. Here’s how to make sense of them.
Sure, you can do Knowledge Base searches online. But there’s plenty more that TechNet offers.
You'll never truly see the beauty of Exchange 2003 unless you migrate. Here are five tools to make that move quicker and easier.
Chances are, you work for a company that’s involved in outsourcing in some form. The question you need to answer for yourself is whether that’s such a bad thing.
From the business wires this week: hosted solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and SharePoint, a one-touch backup and recovery external hard drive, and a 2.5TB NDAS storage unit.
Judge orders assets returned; Microsoft considering civil charges.
Microsoft, MeasureUp team up to provide desktop support assessments.
Qualified MCSD candidates can take new security-based developer exams for free; exams set for April 21 beta testing.
MCP Magazine's TechMentor lured hundreds of Windows IT professionals to the bayou for five days of in-depth learning, product demos, networking, and plenty of fancy eating.
MCP Magazine asked Stephen Toulouse, security program manager, Microsoft Security Response Center, about the flaw and resulting controversy about the time delay.
Completed: Kentucky Education migrates, streamlines NT 4.0 systems to Windows Server 2003.
Microsoft is more likely than not to ship an interim client operating system before the release of Longhorn, a Gartner analyst predicted.
Exam 70-285 now available for MCSE: Messaging on Windows 2003 candidates.
Gartner's ITXpo features Microsoft chairman Bill Gates in keynote interview on Windows research spending, the EU Commission fine, and the company's outsourcing philosophy.
Code might be viewable, but intellectual property laws prevent its use by legitimate software companies, says expert.
Possible Windows XP Reloaded to follow mid-year release of XP SP2.