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Community Newsletter, ITKE
IT Knowledge Exchange will now archive the weekly newsletter on the Community Blog. All future weekly e-mail updates will be archived on the Community Newsletter tag.
Here is what’s happening in our community this week:
- Tales from the Data Center
- Earn Knowledge Points and win
- Featured IT blogger: Dave Graham
- Questions of the week
- Blog posts of the week
- New community blogs
- Messages from the TechTarget network
Tales from the Data Center contest
Send us your craziest data center tale or photo to email@example.com and you’ll receive a free IT Knowledge Exchange t-shirt, along with the chance to win other great prizes. View the details here.
Read some stories your peers have already submitted here.
Earn Knowledge Points and win
Carlosdl and Mrdenny have already earned over 500 Knowledge Points toward our November gift card giveaway. There’s still plenty of time to catch up and snag one of ten Amazon.com gift cards, just in time for your holiday shopping!
We’re giving away ten Amazon.com gift certificates to our ten most active Knowledge Point earners, so check out the details here and start earning those Knowledge Points!
Featured IT Blogger: Dave Graham
The Flickerdown Blog is dedicated to providing education and support for a wide variety of subject matters; from host virtualization to SAN storage (and everything in between), Flickerdown is a great resource for Small/Medium Business and Commercial IT shops looking to expand their knowledge portfolios.
Visit Dave Graham on The Flickerdown Blog today:
Questions of the Week
Over the past week, we’ve seen some great questions come through IT Knowledge Exchange, but some questions need your attention. Click on one of our selected questions below, and spread the knowledge!
Blog Posts of the Week
>> ProCurve POE Switches (Nathan the IT Guy)
>> Russia and Cuba kick out Microsoft in favor of open source software (Open Source Software and Linux)
>> Group Policy scripts, what are they doing on my PC? (If it has a plug, it’s IT stuff)
>> Software for secure computing: Iron Key (Security Corner)
New Community Blogs
>> SBS 2003 and beyond | Roger Crawford
This blog will cover the everyday problems and fixes I encounter with Small Business Server 2003 and SBS 2008. I will also be looking at Server 2008 mainly with TS Gateway, Published Applications, Terminal Services and HyperV. Whatever I may have encountered in my travels in dealing with a Small Business and their needs.
>> Brien Posey’s Windows Blog | Brien Posey
Join Windows expert Brien Posey as he takes you through the basics and the not-so-basics of being a Windows administrator. Learn about managing Windows XP and Windows Vista, securing your Windows network, keeping your users in line and more.
Messages from the TechTarget network
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