Sunday, September 19, 2021

David Strom

Best Smartphones for Microsoft Exchange

If your company is in the market for a new cell phone carrier and handset standard, one of the issues to consider is how well...

Virtualization Vendors: VMware vs. Microsoft vs. Citrix

There has been lots of activity in the past six months since we last took a look at what the three major virtualization vendors Citrix,...

Three Steps to High Availability Virtual Machines

As enterprises become more involved in virtualizing their servers, they are finding that virtualization can deliver more than just better utilization of their computing resources. But the...

Virtual PC: Running Virtual XP in Windows 7

ALSO SEE: Oracle Plans One Java Virtual Machine to Rule Them All With the release of Windows 7, companies looking to replace aging Windows XP PCs have...

Using DNS Servers to Improve Network Security

The Domain Name System (DNS) is something we all use and depend on, yet don't really pay much attention to; if you have some time to investigate...

Office Softphone Options: Migrating to VoIP

Remember when your office phone was a solidly built multi-line key system with push buttons for the different extensions? And you had a secretary who would answer...

RSS: the Most Unloved Technology of the Decade

Welcome back from the holidays everyone. I hope you all had a restful and enjoyable break and are ready to get back to work. In the ten years...

Two Approaches to Getting Free TV Online

Since most of the TV shows are on what appears to be a three-month vacation, now might be a good time to seek Internet alternatives. I got...

Virtual Server Comparison: Xen vs. Microsoft vs. VMware, 2010

Go to the virtual server comparison chart. A lot has happened in the last several months of 2009 since last we last compared virtual servers. Citrix...

Educating iPhone App Developers: A Day in Class

I had an opportunity to audit a computer science class this week at Washington University, a class that was teaching students how to write iPhone apps. It was their...

Is Email Dying?

Have we reached the point where email’s influence over our electronic lives is waning? It is hard to imagine, especially for those of us who grew up in the...

Recovering Stolen Laptops with Kaseya

Have you ever had your laptop stolen? I did several years ago, from the trunk of a locked car in a suburban shopping mall. But lately thieves are getting...

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