Jordan Ayala


Jordan Ayala is a contributing author for Windows IT Pro. He is an MCP and an independent consultant and writer in Seattle.

Ultimate Wireless Email 2
Try this configuration to give your users fast, continuous access to Exchange Server data.
Parts List
More details about the equipment you need to implement fast, wireless email access.
Win2K Server Services, Part 2 4
Evaluate the services running on your system and tune them to your ideal configuration.
Win2K Server Services, Part 1
Microsoft defines a service as a program, routine, or process that performs a specific system function to support other programs. Learn how to best manage these supporting players.
Buying Your Box
Systems manufacturers have developed custom bundles to address specific segments of the server market: small office, department, or enterprise.
NT Server 5.0 Hardware Specifications
Use these guidelines to determine what hardware purchases or upgrades NT 5.0 will require of your system.
Certification Roadmap-A Path to Success
A list of basic MCSE core requirements and electives needed to become certified.
Training the Microsoft Way 4
Making the grade and becoming an MCSE requires discipline, determination, and experience, but the payoff can boost your career.
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