I have worked in the Windows server administration field for 10 ten years. I have recently moved to the asset management team. My main task is to review about 3,000 server leases. When the lease is time to expire, I look at the utilization stats and determine if they could be moved to a VM [...]
Answer Question | August 25, 2009 2:41 PM
Asset management, Physical Server, Virtual Machines, Windows server administration
how can I secure maximum points while drafting a question?
Answer Question | August 12, 2009 11:47 AM
IT Knowledge Exchange User Interface, ITKE Feedback
I’m in the process of creating an iSCSI test environment and have a question regarding the naming conventions. The standard specifies using a FQDN as part of the name. What have others done when a FQDN was not available or you did not want to use your existing FQDN? Thank you.
Answer Question | August 13, 2009 9:08 PM
FQDN, iSCSI, Open source
I using Server 2003 Enterprise Edition my problem is that when user login into server with the help of remote desktop connection some time login problem arise that is only blank desktop appear no icon no task bar please suggest me what i do to solve the login problem
Answer Question | July 31, 2009 8:30 AM
Remote Desktop Connection, Remote Desktop Connection errors, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
In the recessionary period what will be the added responsibility of delivery team towards their client?
Answer Question | July 31, 2009 12:12 PM
IT project management, Project Delivery, Project management
Which would it be better for the CIO to have…strong technical skills or effective people skills?
Answer Question | August 31, 2009 10:39 PM
CIO, CIO skills
I have a B.A., and I’ve been MCSE (Microsoft Certified System Engineer) certified since 2000. I was working as an office clerk, but I am passionate about network administration and would like to gain some experience in this field. I am now 44 years old. What is the best way to become a network administrator?
Answer Question | July 29, 2009 4:29 PM
IT training, IT training and certifications, MCSE, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Network administration, Network Administrator, Networking, Networking careers and salaries, Networking certifications
Now that Nortel is bankrupt and being bought out by Avaya, does this mean my Nortel certifications are obsolete? Or is the situation too inconclusive to tell right now? If it’s too soon to tell, what will the acquisition depend on to make my certifications matter? I’m also wondering whether Prometric will even keep offering [...]
Answer Question | July 29, 2009 4:07 PM
Avaya, Avaya-Nortel acquisition, IT certification, Networking, Networking certifications, Nortel, Nortel certifications, Vendors
What is the by product you’d expect from a firm that promises to come in to your organization to conduct a compliance mapping of all your regulatory controls?
Answer Question | July 24, 2009 3:49 PM
Compliance, Compliance mapping
We have Kronos time clocks which uses twinax to communicate with the AS/400. Now we’re moving everything to Ethernet and purchased Ethernet module/card for the time clocks but can’t get AS/400 to recognize them via IP Address. I don’t think there is a way to name the device on the time clock. I hope I [...]
Answer Question | July 24, 2009 8:41 PM
AS/400 hardware, AS/400 with Kronos time clock, Kronos
I went for an interview recently and was asked what management Protocols was? be explanatory lease
Answer Question | July 20, 2009 3:38 PM
I have to write a EDi orders for Tradanet. The input file is in varable length text fields seperated by ‘+’ & ‘:’ Does anyone have a best method for writting this.
Answer Question | July 17, 2009 3:49 PM
EDI, EDI Mapping, Tradanet
what is the best way to read a tradanet text file
Answer Question | July 17, 2009 1:52 PM
Comma-delimited files, Tradanet
One of my customers is going through an excercise of centralizing servers. The current local servers act as Radia SW distribution repositories. Riverbed claims that they support Radia and that Bleucoat is not. Could someone demistify this?
Answer Question | July 16, 2009 3:40 PM
Blue Coat, Radia, Server Centralization, WAN, WAN acceleration, WAN optimization
Currently, I’m running EXTOL Integrator on our AS/400 for our EDI solution, and we are using BPCS 6.0.2 along with the ECM File Adapters to tie in all data throughout the system. Has anyone had any experience with this? I’m looking to figure out how to structure the ECM files properly so that we get [...]
Answer Question | July 16, 2009 6:56 PM
AS/400, BPCS 6.0.02, EC, ECM, EDI, EXTOL
Hi, I’ve been working as an AS400 Professional in one of India’s largest MNCs for the past 2 years. Now i have a chance of shifting into MAINFRAMES in same organization. Most of my friends telling me that MAINFRAMES had lot of opportunities compared to AS400. Can anyone please suggest me how bright AS400 would [...]
Answer Question | June 17, 2011 8:42 AM
AS/400 careers, Career development, IT careers, Mainframe
hi my name is udit gupta m a student of t.y. computer engineering , i would like to know that student not intrestead in programing field can jump to another feilds like networking & what course they should do that may help such student in final year .let me inform you that my interest field [...]
Answer Question | November 30, 2010 5:04 AM
IT careers, IT education, Networking careers
In addition to providing free sample chapters from the latest enterprise IT and development books for our members – the IT Bookworm Blog invites authors of IT books to submit guest posts. I’m pleased to offer this guest post from Jonathan Sapir, author of Power in the Cloud. Enjoy this article on Cloud Computing – [...]
Answer Question | July 9, 2009 1:17 PM
CIO, Cloud Computing, Jonathan Sapir, Meghan-Kiffer Press, Virtualization
Another free chapter download is available on the IT Bookworm Blog. Written by: Jonathan Sapir Book: Power in the Cloud Overview: “This book is a guide to building information systems at the “edge of chaos” – that sweet spot for productive change, where front line workers have the capability to pursue their own solutions with [...]
Answer Question | July 9, 2009 12:09 PM
CIO, Cloud Computing, Free Chapters, Jonathan Sapir, Meghan-Kiffer Press, Virtualization
I have a linsys wireless router. Model No.WRT54GR Some of the users are abusing the bandwidth making it difficult for others to surf the internet. Is there any way to set limits to each user so that nobody ends up using too much of the internet.The router is attached to a pc and serve as [...]
Answer Question | July 21, 2009 6:29 AM
bandwidth allocation, Bandwidth limits, Bandwidth management, Linksys WRT54GR, Routers, Wireless routers