Lawrence E. Hughes

Lawrence E.
Hughes

Lawrence E. Hughes is a systems consultant for Inacom Information Systems. He was a pioneer of Windows NT while with Intergraph and was an early MCSE.

Articles
How Authentication Is Used in Network Applications
You can use cryptographic authentication to solve an important security problem.
Exchange Mail: Signed, Sealed, Delivered
Keep intruders out of your Exchange email messages. Digital signatures and envelopes protect the privacy and authenticity of your email messages.
Digital Envelopes and Signatures
Enhance your email's security by sealing digital envelopes and affixing digital signatures.
How I Got My MCSE 4
Four authors expand on their MSCE experience.
The Value of an MCSE
Lawrence Hughes, Glenn Morris, Spyros Sakellariadis, and Brian Moran describe how they became MCSEs and what certification has done for them.
Internet Email Architecture
A simple Internet mail system is faster and easier to use than paper mail.
Secure Enterprise Email
Lawrence Hughes explains how to ensure that your email system is not open to anyone who wants to read it.
Porting from UNIX to NT 2
Lawrence Hughes tells the story of how Intergraph moved from UNIX to Windows NT.
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