September 2008 - Redmond Salary Survey: IT Salaries on the Rise

Redmond's 2008 salary survey shows IT pros are still in the money. Plus, Exchange 2007's Hub Transport servers let you enforce e-mail policies across the board, PowerShell for Exchange 2007 lets you play more and work less, Optimal Trace lets you define projects painlessly, and much more!


Getting a Raise: Secrets from a Manager

Some expert advice on how to boost your compensation.

PowerShell for Exchange 2007: Less Work, More Play

Get comfortable with PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell using these tips and learning shortcuts.

Transport Rules Rule

Exchange 2007's Hub Transport servers let you enforce e-mail policies across the board.

Product Reviews

Define Projects Without Pain

Projects live or die with requirements, but Optimal Trace tosses them a lifeline.

Barney's Rubble

V for Hyper-V

Got some questions about Microsoft's hypervisor? That's what Barney's here for.

Foley on Microsoft

Microsoft's Latest Reorganization

Getting to the bottom of Kevin Johnson's departure.

Mr. Roboto

Domain Password Report

Here's an AD administration script that takes advantage of PowerShell.

Never Again

Did We Leave Something Out? Not!

Here's what happened when a testing team ignored a "minor" change to some SQL code.

I Should Have Gone All Ninja on Them

One consultant learns the "strike without warning" approach is sometimes best.

Security Advisor

Can You Be Trusted?

Protect your network against attacks from rogue IT administrators.

Windows Insider

Auditing Doesn't Have to Stink

Both Vista and Windows Server 2008 make logging and retrieving event data easier.


VMworld Keynote Looks to Virtual Future

VMware CTO Stephen Herrod adds texture and detail to CEO Maritz's Tuesday keynote.

Open BlueDragon

Is it time to bet the farm on CFML?

Will Microsoft Take a Sip of 'Midori'?

Microsoft's proposed OS may break the Windows mold.

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