John Enck

John
Enck

John Enck is a vice president and research director for Gartner. He has written more than a dozen commercial computer books and hundreds of articles.

Articles
Single Sign-On Products 3
Save users from having to write down their numerous passwords.
Dog Food to Go
This Lab Guy's persistence pays off as he learns that he can live with Terminal Server and MetaFrame to handle day-to-day computing.
Eating My Own Cooking
One Lab Guy lives and dies by the technology he reviews and recommends in the Lab.
2nd Annual Labsolutely Awards
Find out which products the Lab Guys seleted as their "Labsolutely" favorites of 1998.
Research and Trends - 01 Jan 1999
This department focuses on what's new in operating systems, hardware, software, support, scalability, the enterprise and Windows NT's take on the trends in the marketplace.
Winterm 3315SE
Wyse's Winterm 3315SE is a flexible, easy-to-configure, and easy-to-use Windows-based terminal with compelling support for multiple-host connections and the ability to switch between connections.
Truster 2.4 2
Determine whom you can trust.
RemoteNT 2
Remote control with a character interface.
Speed Kills
The Lab Guys pit the ICA thin-client protocol against the RDP thin-client protocol and reveal some surprising and facinating results.
TermServer-in-a-Box
This unique thin-client solution combines hardware and software components.
IRAS-8A
The IRAS-8A is the ideal Basic Rate Interface (BRI) connection.
Moving Day
Setting up the Windows NT Magazine Lab in a new location is a learning experience.
NeoStation 220
The NeoStation 220 is an instant-on/downloadable Windows-based terminal hybrid and is a fine fit for the thin-client and thin-server environment.
AIM Technology Server Benchmark Test - 01 Oct 1998
AIM Technology bases its Server Benchmark for Windows NT on a mix-and-load modeling scenario, in which you run a predefined primary application mix that resembles the tasks an NT server most commonly performs.
Tuning Multiprocessor Configurations
For optimal performance, tune your multiprocessor system.
Master-Level Microsoft Stack Training with John Savill

Get 30 hours of comprehensive training covering the complete Microsoft solution stack. Invest a few hours each week and become the #1 Microsoft expert in your organization.

Semester 1: October 30th to December 4th
Semester 2: January 22nd to February 19th

John Savill will cover topics including:

* Deploying, Managing, and Maintaining Windows
* Key Features of Active Directory from Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2012
* Key elements of System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2
* Deploying, Migrating to and Managing Hyper-V in Your Organization
* Implementing a Private Cloud
* Using PowerShell to Automate Common Tasks
* PLUS a preview of Windows 10

 

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