May 2007 - Game Plan for Vista Security
An early, well-planned move to Microsoft's new OS can be the answer to enterprise security challenges. Plus, we debate whether Citrix and VMware can mix, how IT shops are dealing with the problem of IM, what tools can help you lay the groundwork for Exchange 2007, and much more!
Two technologies. One chemistry experiment. Can they mix?
Instant Messaging (IM) makes tactical communication a snap, but too often IM serves as a doorway for hackers. Here's how IT can wrestle with the problem.
An early, well-planned move to Microsoft's new OS could be the answer to enterprise security challenges.
Moving to Exchange Server 2007 is a complex process with stringent requirements. Make sure you have the tools and infrastructure in place before you begin.
In today's inherently disparate networks, you need a management tool that can take control of all your Windows and open source systems.
Readers rave about the new and improved Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
Web filtering is problematic at best, but iPrism puts up a solid defense.
Opinions about Vista are as varied as the day is long.
If Microsoft can't even explain its SaaS strategy, how can it expect anyone to buy into it?
This month, readers chime in on Microsoft and open source, and sound off about the Office UI.
Need to keep track of all your network's scheduled tasks? Here's just the tool to do it.
Tips for picking your ultimate patching tool.
Vista makes system-to-system IPSec authentication MUCH easier, if you know how to use it.
Microsoft's Toulouse thinks Windows Vista's new security walls will prove thick enough.
Some analysts say, "Whoa, not so fast!"