• Make the most of Remote Storage Services in Windows 2003

    Here are four tips for making the most of Remote Storage Services (RSS), Microsoft's hierarchical storage management utility built into Windows Server 2003.

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  • Free open source tool takes advantage of RSS

    RSS functionality has already been integrated into the Firefox browser, and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 promises to have many of the same features. But if you're not using Firefox and don't want to wait for IE 7, there's a free open source tool that will enable you to take advantage of RSS.

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  • Is systems management software ready for RSS?

    RSS has gotten popular on the Web for its ability to filter information on the Internet. Now there is talk that RSS could be used in the data center as part of systems management software.

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  • Microsoft ‘really simplifying subscriber’ apps

    RSS in the hands of Microsoft developers may soon become a channel for all kinds of information sharing, Microsoft chief technology officer Ray Ozzie said recently in a blog entry.

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  • RSS Learning Guide

    This reference offers articles, tips, tutorials, downloads and other resources for .NET developers who want to learn more about harnessing the power of RSS.

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  • RSS tapped to update virtual appliances

    Like podcasting, Enomaly's VMcasting lets users "subscribe" to a virtual appliance via an RSS feed.

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  • RSS, Atom feeds ripe for attack

    Black Hat: A researcher demonstrates how RSS and Atom feeds can spread the payload of a zero-day attack. His advice? Subscribe to feeds with care.

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  • Free RSS aggregator for Outlook

    Outlook has no built-in way to read RSS or ATOM feeds. Fortunately, a free Outlook plug-in called RSS Popper has been designed to fill that need.

  • Script generates RSS feed for posts to public folder

    We discovered a script, courtesy of Exchange developer Glen Scales, that generates an RSS feed for posts to a public folder on an Exchange server.

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  • RSS 1.1: A replacement for RSS 1.0

    Real Simple Syndication (RSS), describes and delivers news syndication feeds. Some RSS users recently announced the release of RSS 1.1: RDF Site Summary. Find out more here.

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