June 2007 - Taking in Orphanware
Using orphanware can be frustrating, but here are some steps you can take for its proper care and feeding. Plus, we show you how one software company teamed with an international outsourcer to get its products to market; the new and improved crop of deployment tools for Windows Vista; how one company deployed a Web-based portal to solve its data-sharing problems; and more.
Readers have high praise-and high expectations-for Microsoft's new command-line shell and scripting tool.
Taking in orphanware can be frustrating, but there are steps you can take for its proper care and feeding.
How one software company successfully teamed with an international outsourcer to get its products to market.
The new crop of deployment tools for Windows Vista is a marked improvement over its predecessors.
Coffee maker deploys Web-based portal to solve data-sharing problems.
ImageX is a slick compression tool that can help with Windows Vista deployment, as well as everyday file compression.
What to expect with Microsoft's first Windows Vista exam aimed at MCTS candidates.
Whether you're an enterprise network or a small company, there's nothing to be scared of with this Ghost.
When it comes to Microsoft's take-charge philosophy, how aggressive is too aggressive?
Is it worth migrating servers in the next year?
After all the hard lessons it learned from IE, which one will Microsoft pick?
Readers chime in on the rise of online news outlets and what that means for print.
Need a boost in PowerShell amps? Take Power Gadgets out for a spin.
The pitfalls of early adoption. Plus, logging in can be a lot easier said than done.
Joern shows you how to cover your security bases -- and keep your customers happy.
Making an isolation group -- step by step.
Ozzie offers a peek at the next-generation Web development tools.