Nate McAlmond

Nate
McAlmond

Nate McAlmond is an MCSE, a Security+, and Network+. He's the director of IT for a growing social services agency, and he specializes in thin-client infrastructure and electronic health record implementation.

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Comparative Review: Self-Service Password Reset Managers 5
The products compared here give end users the ability to reset a forgotten password, Help desk workers the ability to assist with password resets, and administrators the ability to configure companywide password settings that improve security and compliance.
Review: GroupLogic’s ExtremeZ-IP 1
This Mac OS X integration tool is easy to deploy yet very complete in its ability to integrate Macs into a Windows Active Directory environment.
Review: Specops Deploy 1
This tool integrates with Active Directory to deploy software or OSs to specific target computers based on machine specifications.
Review: ShadowProtect Server 2
This image-based Windows backup solution covers all the bases, including backup, recovery, off-site replication, and backup image management.
Review: GFI MAX RemoteManagement
This hosted system monitoring solution is a great tool for consultants or in non-networked locations.
3 Network Monitoring Systems 2
Is it time to upgrade your network-monitoring functionality? We compare Ipswitch's WhatsUp Gold Premium, ManageEngine's OpManager Professional, and SolarWinds' ipMonitor for you and come up with a winner.
Review: Faronics Anti-Executable Standard
Faronics Anti-Executable ensures endpoint security by permitting only approved apps to run on a system.
Review: Paessler PRTG Traffic Grapher 1
Paessler’s bandwidth monitor lets you generate real-time and historical data about traffic usage.
Deploy a Single Application Through Terminal Services 1
Although Windows 2008 improves on the ability to present single applications from a terminal server, that functionality has been around since Win2K. Here's how to do it.
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