November 2007 - The Greene-ing of VMware
VMware's Diane Greene is on a quest to make server virtualization ubiquitous. Also in this issue, we reveal the top 5 tricks for Word and PowerPoint, examine how Unix is leading the 64-bit charge, show you how to increase IT's efficiency, and much more.
The ultimate killer app is e-mail and Microsoft's lastest version of Exchange taps into 64-bit power to drive a host of new capabilities.
Many say it will be years before 64-bit Windows becomes a serious challenger.
VMware's Diane Greene is on a quest to make server virtualization ubiquitous.
Making your job easier, one tool at a time.
The growing importance of energy efficiency gives IT a leadership role in the enterprise.
These flagship Office 2007 apps have some interesting new functions, if you know where to look.
While most readers like Microsoft's latest e-mail client, some say it's still not ready for prime time.
Track computer exploits and learn how they work through LinkScanner Pro and the Exploit Prevention Labs Web site.
Software still has a ways to go before it can do justice to today's supercomputers.
Another step on the road to integrated data and applications.
Foley on Microsoft
In its quest to be "hip" and "cutting edge," Redmond may be forgetting the essentials.
Letters to Redmond
Plus, readers weigh in on our list of 2008's hottest certifications.
With the release of PowerShell, you now have a few more options when it comes to Group Policy. Here are two of them.
Bad things can happen when administrators don't put their users first.
Yes, it's possible. Greg shows you how.
Solution uses standard hardware while supporting virtualized servers.