Blair Greenwood

Blair Greenwood is an assistant editor for Windows IT Pro, SQL Server Pro, and Dev Pro. She holds a bachelor's degree in technical journalism from Colorado State University. She’s worked with Java, C, and Visual Basic programming languages. Follow her on Twitter: @blair_greenwood.

Articles by Blair Greenwood
Top 4 New Year's Resolutions for IT Pros 4
Windows Server 2012, PowerShell, server virtualization, and mobile device security should be top priorities for IT pros this year.
Jeffrey Snover Provides 4 Factors to Consider for Investing in a Technology when Career Investment 1
Jeffrey Snover, lead architect for Windows Server at Microsoft, provides insights into investing time for different technologies at DevConnections in Las Vegas.
Secure Your Smartphone with the Lookout Mobile Security App
Lookout Mobile Security is a free smartphone app for Android and iPhone devices that provides end users with an easy way to secure their device.
Buyer's Guide: Antivirus Software 3
Perhaps the most important piece of client software is an antivirus program. Be sure to evaluate all the crucial criteria—not just price—in selecting the right software for your environment.
Lenovo ThinkServer, ActiveVOS 9.0, Egnyte Personal Local Cloud, Netuitive 5.5, and More 1
Check out the latest products from Active Endpoints, Certes Networks, Egnyte, Lenovo, Passcape Software, Rectiphy, Siemon Interconnect Solutions, and Vormetric.
New and Improved: MetaVis Information Manager, TITUS Classification for Microsoft Office, Policy Patrol Archiver, and More
Check out the latest products from ComTrade, eCrypt Technologies, Fujitsu, Intel, MetaVis, Napatech, Red Earth Software, and TITUS.
Tonido: A Free Cloud Computing Data Transfer Solution
Tonido's free cloud computing solutions lets users easily access important files and documents from virtually anywhere.
Buyer’s Guide: Third-Party Deployment Tools for Windows 7
This article highlights many third-party deployment tools that offer features such as virtualization, migration capabilities, and remote management.
IPv6: The End of the Internet?

The Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) held a conference on February 3 to commemorate the last batch of available IPv4 addresses. I’m reading a lot headlines that describe this event as the approaching end of the Internet. I spent some time in the computer science lab at Colorado State University, and I am hearing all sorts of things about the “end of the Internet as we know it” from students and professionals alike. However, I think there’s a big misconception about this problem.

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