• Free IT Book: Building Applications in the Cloud

    This week's free IT book is Christopher Moyer's Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects. "Don't just migrate the cloud: Use cloud architectural patterns that deliver superior performance, scalability, and availability" with this great resource. Answer one of five...

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  • Free IT Book: Development with the Force.com Platform

    These days enterprise applications are all the rage, with the ultimate question being: Who's going to build it? You know the saying, If you build it, they will come, and while I'm not quite sure how the second part of that saying fits, we have the resource to help you build it. Development with the...

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  • Free IT Book: The Official Ubuntu Book

    Take full advantage of Ubuntu - the complete, free operating system "that emphasizes community, support, and ease of use without compromising speed, power, or flexibility" - by winning this week's free IT book: The Official Ubuntu Book, 6th Ed. Answer one of five questions and post the link to your...

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  • Microsoft Exchange server and Outlook

    I am running a small buisness,i have 20 employees, where 10 works in office space with LAN connection and 10 works remotely. Now my problem is that i need to store all 20 employees database centrally and i need to check what emails are sent and recieved by all employees in microsoft outlook.    ...

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  • Open IT Forum: What to consider when building a data center?

    What are some of the key factors the enterprise should consider when building a data center that can last? We'd love to hear stories from your own experience, or see lists of your own must-haves when it comes to a new data center. Share your thoughts and we'll share 100 Knowledge Points!

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  • Open IT Forum: What data center fads should be avoided?

    There's always something new and improved, especially in something as complex as a data center. What are some recent technologies you've seen that strike you more as fads rather than essential additions to the data center? Share your opinion, and we'll share 75 Knowledge Points!

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  • Unsubscribing from IT Knowledge Exchange

    how in the heck does one unsubscribe from this site? I've spent 30 minutes trying to figure it out with no success.

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  • Free IT Book: The Official Ubuntu Book, Sixth Edition

    Take advantage of Ubuntu 11.04, and let The Official Ubuntu Book 6th Ed. get you up and running quickly. To win this essential resource, simply answer one of five questions and post the link to your answer in the discussion section below. PSOD with ESX 3.5 MIMIX replication issue What would you...

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  • Open IT Forum: Did you buy a TouchPad?

    HP's decision to discontinue the TouchPad (and its subsequent steal of a price) has been all the buzz the past couple days. Did you bite at the alluring $99 price tag? Tell us what went into your decision, or if you couldn't care less about the TouchPad. Do you think hackers are about to have a...

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  • Open IT Forum: How do you prepare your data center for severe weather?

    Every season has its share of weather threats, and we want to know how you prepare for them. The east coast is gearing up for Hurricane Irene's arrival, and we were wondering what steps you were taking (if any) to make sure your data center doesn't see much (or any) downtime. What unique conditions...

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  • How do I cancel a subscription?

    How can I get a subscription cancalled?

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  • Open IT Forum: What should system documentation look like?

    While documentation doesn't necessarily make the world go 'round, it certainly keeps it spinning neatly on its axis when trouble arises. If you're providing a product or service, you should be providing your customers with accurate information that allows them to effectively use and maintain that...

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  • Free IT Book: Essential Skills for the Agile Developer

    The team at Net Objectives (including CEO Alan Shalloway) has compiled the essential skills for the Agile developer. To get this resource and guide to better programming and design, simply answer one of five questions and paste the link to your answer in the discussion section below. Ultrium 4,...

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  • Open IT Forum: Will HP be a worthy cloud contender?

    HP announced its Cloud Services program in beta and we wanted to know initial reactions. Have you registered for the beta? Share your initial thoughts, whether or not you have, and we'll return to this in the next phase of HP's cloud services. Share your thoughts and we'll share 50 Knowledge Points!

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  • Free IT Book: The Python Standard Library by Example

    This week's free IT book is an essential addition to the developer's library. If you want to master the powerful Python Standard Library through real code examples, this is the prize for you. Simply answer one of five questions and post the link to your answer in the discussion section below. Good...

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  • Open IT Forum: Goals to round out 2011

    We're approaching the final quarter of 2011: What are some of your IT department's goals to finish out the year? What are some of the things you are implementing to position yourself for 2012? Whether it's updating your system documentation or updating your IT staff's certifications, we want to...

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  • Example Contest Script: Port Checker

    This IT script was submitted by Eric Hansen as an example for IT Knowledge Exchange's new contest: Is Your Script 3-Dimensional? To submit your own script, create a new post, and use the CODE button on the far right of the text editor menu. Be sure to tag it IT Scripts. Entries not tagged IT...

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  • Example Contest Script: iptables Helper

    This IT script was submitted by Eric Hansen as an example for IT Knowledge Exchange's new contest: Is Your Script 3-Dimensional? To submit your own script, create a new post, and use the button on the far right of the text editor menu. Be sure to tag it IT Scripts. Entries not tagged IT Scripts...

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  • Announcing the HP Elite Series Scavenger Hunt (sponsored)

    Today is the first day of the HP Elite Series Scavenger Hunt, designed to better educate potential customers about all of the great qualities that make HP Elite Series "elite." For details on how to enter check out the HP Elite Series Scavenger Hunt homepage. The Loot Grand Prize: 5 HP EliteBook...

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  • September 28: Dell’s own story on Windows 7 migration (sponsored webcast)

    With its faster performance, enhanced manageability, and improved security and compliance features, Windows® 7 is the new "must have" platform for enterprises. But making a successful move to Windows® 7 requires careful planning. Join us for an in-depth look at the issues global technology...

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