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Tech Quiz of the Day: Tech quiz of the day from WhatIs.com: How much do you know about Broadband over Power Line? to TechieBlog: AS/400 Commands
TechieBlog: Standard Creation Parameters to TechStop: Cisco IPS/IDS for the Router
TechStop: Cisco's New Zone-Based Firewall to TechStop: Apple and Samsung Dominate Market
TechStop: 5 Tech Quotes... About Network Admins to Telecom Timeout: TV Caller ID in the age of personal choice
Telecom Timeout: New AT&T vendor strategy launches massive procurement process change to Uncommon Wisdom: Juniper earns Carrier Ethernet credibility
Uncommon Wisdom: Verizon adds SLAs for non-Verizon network to Uncommon Wisdom: Fixed mobile convergence makes global progress
Uncommon Wisdom: Microblogging: Trouble for network bandwidth? to Uncommon Wisdom: Low financials pose strategic change challenges for vendors
Uncommon Wisdom: CIMI Corp. analysis on critical telecom vendors to Uncommon Wisdom: Private cloud management tools: Progress but insight needed
Uncommon Wisdom: DOCSIS 3.0 spurs cable/telecom broadband "speed wars" to Uncommon Wisdom: Juniper acquisition rumors swirl around Bytemobile
Uncommon Wisdom: FCC's national broadband plan updated with gap analysis to Uncommon Wisdom: NSN's Motorola wireless deal helps but still lacks service-layer strategy
Uncommon Wisdom: Tyco ADC acquisition could signal metro plant changes to Uncommon Wisdom: Vendors/operators weighing necessary cloud strategies
Uncommon Wisdom: IBM/F5 cloud architecture binds cloud to network to Terracotta's Real-Time Big Data Blog: Boosting Hibernate Performance with In-Memory Data Management
Terracotta's Real-Time Big Data Blog: Minimize Financial Risk in Real-time Using In-Memory Data Management to Views from the P.I.T. - People in IT: Frugal Living Guide
Views from the P.I.T. - People in IT: "Management – Employees Mistrust" is a Must Read to This Week in Virtualization: This Week in Virtualization: April 9, 2010
This Week in Virtualization: This Week in Virtualization: April 16, 2010 to TotalCIO: Sarah Palin as CEO? Fiorina thinks not
TotalCIO: A CIO syllabus for discovering your inner leader to TotalCIO: Looking for procurement cost cutting and governance stories
TotalCIO: It’s time for a federal data protection act to TotalCIO: The next big enterprise business tool: the iPad? Share your thoughts
TotalCIO: CIO weekly wrap-up: Google Chrome, iPad, social networking privacy to TotalCIO: A reader laments the performance of virtual desktop infrastructure
TotalCIO: CIOs' list of demands for public cloud providers to TotalCIO: Enterprise social networking sucks the social out of ‘social’
TotalCIO: SIM CIO survey: IT budgets trend up, BI reigns as top CIO investment to TotalCIO: Olympic-size woes and the dark side of tech innovation
TotalCIO: CIO lights up Olympics with green tech innovation to TotalCIO: AT&T CSO: Your perimeter security architecture won't hold -- get thee to the cloud
TotalCIO: Facebook on quest for mobile content; CIOs should follow suit to Uncharted Waters: This could be your life -- with David Hoppe
Uncharted Waters: Going Independent - with J.B. Rainsberger to Uncharted Waters: Wozniak (Finally!) Comments on Steve Jobs
Uncharted Waters: Tech education: Or how to get a job quick! to Unified Communications Nation: Tandberg shareholders to Cisco: Put a bigger diamond on that ring
Unified Communications Nation: Is Cisco backing out of Tandberg deal? to The VBScript Network and Systems Administrator's Cafe: Rebooting or Shuttingdown a Server Remotely with VBScript
The VBScript Network and Systems Administrator's Cafe: Using Vbscript to gather server performance counter data with WMI to The VBScript Network and Systems Administrator's Cafe: Writing a BGINFO like Script: Displaying Disk Statistics with WMI via the Win32_LogicalDisk class
The VBScript Network and Systems Administrator's Cafe: Writing a BGINFO like Script: Displaying Network Adapter Speed with WMI via the Win32_NetworkAdapter class to VIIP, beam it into your step: Connect
VIIP, beam it into your step: Dots to VIIP, beam it into your step: Common good
VIIP, beam it into your step: Internet evolution to VIIP, beam it into your step: Launch 2008, the space elevator, the future of our children’s children
VIIP, beam it into your step: Trust and Sharing = Good; EU fines Microsoft record $1.4bn to VIIP, beam it into your step: Embedding to increase accuracy (Socialcalc)
VIIP, beam it into your step: A quick, easy, fun and free way to transfer knowledge or deliver departmental training to Virtualization Pro: Why VMware ESX/VI3 will stay best in production and price, even after Viridian
Virtualization Pro: How to allow the root user to log in to VMware ESX Server with SSH to Virtualization Pro: Configuring Distributed Power Management
Virtualization Pro: Best of VMworld Awards are back - enter now for VMworld 2008 to Virtualization Pro: VMware ESX storage: How to get local storage to act as a raw disk for VMs
Virtualization Pro: Monitoring VMware snapshot deletion progress to Virtualization Pro: PC-over-IP remote display technology: The inner workings of VMware View 4
Virtualization Pro: Does virtualization really reduce administrator headcount and workloads? to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Patch Tuesday Apr 09: 8 Patches, 23 Vulnerabilities, Plenty of Vista Elements
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 7 Predictions: Hits and Misses to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Finally, my Windows 7 Production PC gets into the groove
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Merry Christmas Everyone to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Understanding Application "DNA" Proves Vital to Windows Migrations
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Stuxnet spawns bizarre conspiracy theories to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Ed Bott teaches how to "Stay safe online..."
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Out, damned Registry Key! Out, I say! to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Set Up and Use Client-side Hyper-V on Win8
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Touchscreen All-in-One Poses Interesting Win8 Possibilities to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows Intune Gets Major Upgrade--Now Also Handles iOS and Android devices
Windows Enterprise Desktop: What to do about Java in Windows (and elsewhere)? to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Win8.1 GA Set for October 17/18, 2013
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Lawsuit against Microsoft adds insult to Surface RT injury to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Will Microsoft gain more Office 365 users with Office for iPad?
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Curious About the Win8.1 Spring Update? Take a "Guided Tour!" to Voices of CRM: Sheryl Kingstone on mobile CRM
Voices of CRM: Brad Tsai on CRM software upgrades to Voices of CRM: Social marketing demands connections not just content
Voices of CRM: CRM Idol update to Window on WANs: OpenDNS launches 'IPv6 sandbox' for network pros to play in
Window on WANs: Even forward-thinking networks must be conservative to Our Latest Discovery: Technorati placeholder post
Our Latest Discovery: Netcosm: 3-D network monitoring and performance management tool to Our Latest Discovery: Video: Creating fake SSIDs with FakeAP
Our Latest Discovery: John Cleese uses interpretive dance to explain distributed data and offers friendly tech advice to Our Latest Discovery: Wes Borg -- Internet Help Desk
Our Latest Discovery: Mark Day -- Smiley intervention to Tech Strategy Trends: Protecting Data from Internal Threats
Tech Strategy Trends: Windows 7 Overtakes Mac OS X to Tech Strategy Trends: Microsoft Explorer Touch Mouse
Tech Strategy Trends: Windows Vista SP1 No Longer Supported to Windows News and Updates: Microsoft more trusted with private information than Google or Apple
Windows News and Updates: Intel Further Exploring the Idea of Making Chips for Windows Phone 8 Hardware? to Karl's Windows Admin Tips & Tricks: Create server baselines of all of your servers ASAP.
Karl's Windows Admin Tips & Tricks: Use Outlook and email rules to run scripts. to The Windows Server Notebook: Microsoft shines a light on efficiency in Windows Server 2008 R2
The Windows Server Notebook: Azure, Dallas all the buzz at PDC 2009 to The Windows Server Notebook: SolarWinds releases free WSUS diagnostic tool
The Windows Server Notebook: New third-party tools target Hyper-V, Windows Server 2012, mobile device management to The Windows Server Notebook: Critical fixes for IE, Lync, Office and Windows in June Patch Tuesday
The Windows Server Notebook: Microsoft suspends security email notifications to comply with Canadian antispam law to WPF Reflections: Composite WPF - SCSF
WPF Reflections: Composite WPF - Caliburn framework to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Writing for Business - less or fewer
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Writing for business - pronoun agreement to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Which is correct -- simple or simplistic?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Subject - verb agreement and the parenthetical phrase to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Semicolons and complex lists
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is it "small businessmen" or "small-business men?" to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do you have to comply to that or conform to it?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: How to deal with egregious grammar -- and still have friends to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Can you use "between" when you're talking about more than two things?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Me or I and the problem of overcorrection to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Weasel words and their BFF, the passive voice
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Torturous path or tortuous? to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Check yourself before you wreck yourself: Using reflexive pronouns correctly