Mark Weitz

Mark
Weitz

Mark Weitz is formerly a product analysis editor for Windows IT Pro.

Articles
Storage Networking
NAS and SAN address storage management from different perspectives. Learn their differences, the pros and cons of each, and how they'll evolve.
802.11 Wireless LANs
Learn the latest about the .11b, .11a, .11g, .11i, and .1x standards and the devices that support them.
Conferencing, Windows XP-Style
Windows XP's conferencing component, Windows Messenger, provides a good desktop videoconferencing experience.
Videoconferencing
Videoconferencing is coming of age. Mark Weitz provides an overview of desktop and conference room systems and points you to some key products and vendors.
XP's System Restore Feature 15
System Restore has improved in XP--but the feature still isn't as good as it should be.
Wireless Exchange Email Access 2
Wireless email capabilities can give your enterprise a competitive advantage. Review wireless fundamentals, learn about upcoming technologies, and look at 9 leading-edge products.
Redundant UPSs
This new class of products provides reliable protection against power outages.
Smart Card Devices 1
Make smart decisions when you select a smart card solution.
Stop the Presses 2
A product's price is no guarantee of quality documentation.
Digital Flat-Panel Displays
Find out what you need to know before purchasing a flat-panel display.
Lightning Strikes 2
Don't let your hardware go up in smoke. Learn the marks of a top-notch surge suppressor.
Redefined Corporate PCs
Now that Win2K supports USB, vendors are building corporate PCs that eliminate legacy ports. The Windows 2000 Magazine Lab looks at two such PCs.
Windows 2000 Desktop Replacement Notebooks - Buyer's Guide
Find out which vendors offer desktop replacement notebooks specifically built for using Windows 2000 and which features you should look for when shopping.
OmniBook 900 F1770W 3
A subnotebook that acts like a full-sized laptop.
Windows 2000 Desktop-Replacement Notebooks 4
IBM and Dell offer powerful, well-designed portable computers for people who need desktop capabilities on the road.
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