Caroline Marwitz

Caroline
Marwitz

Caroline Marwitz writes at the intersection of technology, design, and psychology, riffing on her years as editor and web content manager for SharePoint Pro Magazine and editor at Windows IT Pro Magazine. Her credits include a book, Naming the Winds: A High Plains Apprenticeship (High Plains Press via Amazon), short stories, a beer blog, a design blog, and a novel seeking reprsentation. She can also be found at Google + and carolinemarwitz.com.

Articles
Twitter Shut Down by DoS Attack
Trying to get on Twitter this morning? Good luck.
Automating SharePoint Deployment and Replication
Deploying and replicating SharePoint content across distributed SharePoint sites isn't a task for native tools, one company says.
Troubleshooting in IT: Is That Your Final Answer? Yes. I Mean No.
Consider dialectical bootstrapping next time you're troubleshooting a computer problem. Really.
Free SharePoint Archiving Tool Aims to Cut Bloat
SharePoint document retention policies tend to cause SharePoint bloat--but not if this new free tool can help it.
More SharePoint Freebies Someone You Might Know Might Want 1
SharePoint vendors offer free SharePoint tools for restore, monitoring, and discovery--are you hooked yet?
Cracking Open Active Directory Backup
Active Directory backup and recovery solution helps prevent chain reaction of Exchange downtime.
SharePoint Freebies Someone You Might Know Might Want
In the interests of sharing, we offer news of 3 SharePoint freebies for 3 different populations.
Twitter Hack A Google Problem? Or Blame Cloud Computing?
The hack of Twitter co-founder Williams's wife's Google Apps account caused one commenter to say "A wife is a security breach," but we'd say "Flog the co-founder and his security chief."
Top 3 Challenges Irk IT Pros, Survey Says
IT workers asked their 10 biggest challenges picked this top trio, but you might disagree.
A Backup Solution for the Designated SharePoint Admin 1
SharePoint backup 2.0 aims for set-it-and-forget-it ease of use.
SharePoint Planning a Necessity
Yes, the world needs SharePoint devs, but IT pros are capable of stepping up--starting with governance and planning.
IT Pros Race Across America
IT pros often have no time to exercise and little motivation to care about their health--until diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. But these IT guys are doing something about it.
File Server Clean-Up and Organization Still Important
In IT, some things are still necessary to know: like how to best clean up and organize your file server. That said, this is not a how-to article.
Securing Data: What Tokenization Does
Three views of tokenization, a solution new to the security marketplace.
Review: NEO Pro 4.0
Microsoft Outlook users who want to improve email efficiency will find NEO Pro’s email organizing features extensive, yet for the most part user-friendly.
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