By Lafe LowNearly every aspect of the modern infrastructure can be run virtually, from desktops and apps to servers and staff. Virtualization is changing how you run your business, and how you design and deploy technology infrastructure to support that business. Forrester Research recently estimated nearly six in 10 enterprise applications are running virtualized.
Cloud Computing: Cloud vulnerabilitiesBy Dan MarinescuThe manner in which you architect your cloud computing infrastructure can have a direct impact on its resistance to failure.
Identity Management: Manage the identity lifecycleBy Darren Mar-EliaThere are a number of solutions and strategies for managing identity in your organization, and it’s essential that you have the right controls in place.
Software Leadership: Manage by leadingBy Ryan HavesonIs it possible to be a good manager, yet a bad leader? Those two skills aren’t necessarily one and the same.
Virtualization: Software migrationBy Thomas OlzakYou have many options when it comes to migrating applications for a datacenter, from clean installs to hosting and virtualization.
IT Management: Virtual team leadershipBy Camille Preston, Ph.D., PCCCommunication strategies and discipline are required to effectively lead virtual teams in this highly connected world.
SharePoint 2010: Customize SharePoint contentBy Steve Wright, and Corey ErkesSharePoint includes a handful of tools for customizing site content you can use to ensure consistency with corporate standards.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Solo setupBy Jaap WesseliusYou can configure Microsoft Exchange 2010 for unattended setup, if you need to take that approach in your environment.
Windows Confidential:The story of the $700 pagersBy Raymond Chen
The behind-the-scenes drama of the daily build was a curious step in the evolution of smartphones.