Enterprise IT Watch Blog:

July, 2010


July 14, 2010  6:32 AM

Tools to make the inevitable more manageable

Kevin Beaver Kevin Beaver Profile: Kevin Beaver

If you've got Windows 7 on your mind and you're anticipating moving ahead with it in your enterprise, Microsoft has some good resources worth checking out.

July 14, 2010  6:08 AM

Life goes on: Windows 7 SP1 beta released on eve of Windows XP SP2 expiration

Kevin Beaver Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

The day before


July 13, 2010  12:18 PM

From me to you: A Windows 7 Mixtape

Kevin Beaver Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

As you may or may not have heard, it's


July 13, 2010  6:00 AM

A Little Birdie Told Me: Windows 7 Pros

Kevin Beaver Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

Next week marks the


July 12, 2010  6:19 AM

The Windows 7 Toolbox

Kevin Beaver Kevin Beaver Profile: Kevin Beaver

Here's a nice


July 12, 2010  6:04 AM

Apple’s iPad: An iPad for the working stiff?

Michael Morisy Michael Morisy Profile: Michael Morisy

Cisco recently unveiled the Cisco Cius, which I dubbed an "


July 7, 2010  4:22 PM

Service Pack 2 set to XPire: Here’s what’s next for Windows

Michael Morisy Melanie Yarbrough Profile: MelanieYarbrough

Don't worry, this isn't another Y2K-ish post about the end of Windows XP support—and...


July 7, 2010  5:38 AM

IT Professionals are not above the law

Michael Morisy Guest Author Profile: Guest Author

Editor’s Note: Ever feel like you're crossing a line with something your boss has asked you to do? Joshua Garick, a lawyer in Boston, MA., explains why you might need to think twice before installing the latest spyware on employee computers, particularly if you're a bit dubious about what...


July 6, 2010  8:38 AM

No Time, No Budget, and No People? No Problem! (Part 3)

Michael Morisy Guest Author Profile: Guest Author

We’ve got the third and final installment of Keith Morrow’s three part series, No Time, No Budget, and No People? No Problem! Straight from former CIO of


July 6, 2010  6:51 AM

The deal with security on Windows 7

Kevin Beaver Kevin Beaver Profile: Kevin Beaver

In addition to being more user-friendly than OS's of the past, Windows 7 has some pretty stout security controls right out of the box. However, like other things security-related, lack of maintenance and oversight can turn an otherwise reasonably secure OS on its head. Did I mention some of the...


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