Mark Smith

Mark Smith is the founder of Windows NT Magazine (now Windows IT Pro). His new company, Univicity, is helping to deploy mobile banking throughout Haiti. Univicity is also helping to obtain one million birth certificates for the children of Haiti.

Articles by Mark Smith
Windows IT Pro: A 15-Year Perspective
The founder of Windows NT Magazine (predecessor of Windows IT Pro), looks back at the publication's origins and how it has evolved in tandem with Microsoft Windows server market.
The Windows Storage Ecosystem
Find out how Windows Storage Server 2003 takes Windows a step closer to becoming the predominant platform for enterprise networked storage.
Provide Value-Added Systems Management with SBS 2003 3
SBS 2003 is a win-win product for consultants and their small-business customers.
MCSEs Speak Out 35
If higher salaries are no longer the reward, what's the incentive to become an MCSE?
Windows Future Storage 2
WinFS will have a big effect on how you deal with and store documents. Mark Smith speculates on the upcoming file system's effect on storage management.
Not Ready for Prime Time: The $250 NAS Device
Many users would find a low-cost NAS device valuable. Mark Smith recounts his experience with one product.
The Future of Patch Management
Microsoft is moving toward a more centralized patch-management approach that will bring relief to harried IT administrators.
Windows and iSCSI SANs
Microsoft's goal is to make Windows Server the easiest, best performing, best priced platform to which to attach DAS, NAS, and SANs. But Redmond faces challenges on the way to realizing that vision.
Backup Choices for the SOHO
If you had only 30 minutes to salvage all your home or small-business data, could you do it?
Mapping the Migration 2
You can cut costs, eliminate downtime, and improve performance if you carefully plan your move to Windows Server 2003 or Exchange Server 2003.
San Francisco Users Group Takes on iSCSI
iSCSI technology moves from the technology acceptance phase into the corporate early adopter phase.
The Future of Windows Storage Server, Part 2
Mark Smith continues his interview with Microsoft's Bob Muglia.
The Future of Windows Storage Server
Mark Smith interviews the vice president of Microsoft’s Enterprise Storage division to discuss the future of Windows storage
Small Business in a Box 4
Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 provides robust functionality at a compelling price, making this version a better deal for small businesses than previous versions.
Microsoft Launches Windows Storage Server 2003 1
Find out more about what happened at the launch of Windows Storage Server 2003.
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