Here is what’s happening in our community lately:
- Microsoft live virtualization chat
- Blogger of the week
- Free book chapter
- New Xbox contest
- We’re on LinkedIn!
- Featured questions
- Featured blog posts
- New community blog
- Messages from the TechTarget network
Microsoft Live Virtualization Chat
Join us in a live chat with Edwin Yuen, Microsoft Virtualization expert, on Tuesday, March 31st from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm EST. You can visit the official blog for more information and submit your virtualization questions now to be added to the queue.
IT Blogger of the Week
This week’s IT Knowledge Exchange Blogger of the Week is John Policelli. John is a Microsoft MVP, and his blog covers Microsoft Directory Services. He is a published author on topics such as Active Directory, Windows Enterprise Server Administration and Windows Server. We’re happy to feature him as our Blogger of the Week!
IT Bookworm Free Book Chapter of the Week
Provides a complete foundation in virtualization, XEN, and competing approaches with in-depth discussions of installing, configuring, and using XEN, including detailed examples of XEN configuration files, system configuration files, and system-level configuration information.
New Xbox Contest Announcement
Now through the end of April, you can not only show off your IT skills by asking and answering questions on ITKnowledgeExchange.com, but you can earn the chance to spend some quality time honing your bad-guy-vaporizing skills on your very own Xbox 360.
Through April 30th, you have a chance to win one of three Xbox 360 consoles. The winners will be the top 3 community members who have the most Knowledge Points earned and have asked 5 IT-related questions (you still earn Knowledge points for asking questions) during the contest period. Visit the blog post for full details on the prizes and contest rules.
We’re on LinkedIn!
We’ve recently created an IT Knowledge Exchange LinkedIn group. If you are a member of LinkedIn, come and join the group. You can network with your fellow members and continue the discussion. Visit the group here.
Over the past week, we’ve seen some great questions come through IT Knowledge Exchange, but some questions are still waiting for an answer. Click on one of our selected questions below, and spread the knowledge!
- What are your preferred methods for storing inactive data and why? (Iron Mountain Featured Question)
- How extensively is your organization implementing server virtualization? (Microsoft Featured Question)
Featured Blog Posts
- Credit card security compliance – Learn about PCI DSS | Regulatory Compliance, Governance and Security
- Handy tool: Halfdone Development’s Unknown Devices | Vista Enterprise Desktop
- Worm targets home networking equipment | Security Corner
- The hiring dilemma | IT Project Management
- XML and its powerful children | Buzz’s Blog: On Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web
New Community Blog
Business Intelligence Technology | Jay Dugan
This blog will examine an array of technology solutions and present them in a business context. Areas of security, business continuity, networking and databases with an emphasis on business intelligence, will be covered, plus anything else that involves business and IT that comes to mind.
Messages from the TechTarget Network
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