Christopher George

Christopher
George

Christopher George is a network and systems engineer and founder of Protelligent. He has designed and implemented highly available e-business environments in North America and the Asia Pacific.

Articles
Volume Shadow Copy Service 9
Cut administrative overhead with this effective backup utility.
Terminal Services for Pocket PC
Learn how to install and use the Microsoft Terminal Services Client for Pocket PC 2002.
Systems Management Applications for the Pocket PC
StarAdmin, iAdmin Mobile, and sonicadmin are three third-party systems administration utilities you can use with Pocket PC.
Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2000 6
OWA has evolved into a feature-rich Web-based substitute for users who are connecting remotely over slow connections. Find out what OWA can do for you.
Managing a Web Farm with Application Center 2000
In this issue, Tim Huckaby and Christopher George introduce you to Microsoft Application Center 2000--a .NET server that handles the management and deployment of servers in a Web farm.
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