Tim Huckaby

Tim
Huckaby

Tim Huckaby is CEO and founder of Actus Interactive Software and InterKnowlogy, experts in .NET and Microsoft platforms. He has worked on and with product teams at Microsoft for many years, has coauthored several books, and is a frequent conference speaker.

Articles
Windows 2003’s High Performance Marks
Find out more about Windows Server 2003 and the rebuilding of IIS 6.0
IIS 6.0 Ready to Ship
Find out more about the launch of Windows Server 2003 and IIS 6.0
The Future of Microsoft Application Center
Will Application Center become obsolete?
Microsoft Reveals New Enterprise Management Strategy
Microsoft releases details about three new products
Behind the Scenes of the SQL Slammer Worm Virus: Readers Respond 2
Readers give alternative reasons as to why administrators don’t patch.
Behind the Scenes of the SQL Slammer Worm Virus 4
Learn how the Slammer worm exploited the vulnerability of unpatched systems.
IIS Owns the Fortune 1000 Web Server Market, Readers Respond 2
Readers respond to last issue’s survey that showed IIS winning the Fortune 1000 server market.
Using WMI to Automatically Configure DNS
Discover an alternative solution to automatically configure DNS when you create new Web sites.
Automating DNS with Scripting 2
Discover a handy script that can help you automate your DNS configuration the next time you set up a Web site.
IIS Owns the Fortune 1000 Web Server Market
Learn how a new survey shows that IIS is winning the Fortune 1000 server market.
Exchange Server 2003: First Impressions
Learn more about Microsoft’s new version of Exchange Server.
IBM's Rational Purchase
Learn about IBM's purchase of Rational Software and how that will affect Microsoft.
Bill Gates: The Future of the Digital Decade
Learn about the technology announcements Bill Gates made at COMDEX.
Windows XP Tablet PC Edition: Digital Ink
Learn about Microsoft's inking technology for the Tablet PC.
Tablet PCs: More Impressive Than You Think
Find out more about Tablet PCs and Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition.

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