Jason Bovberg

Senior Editor, Windows IT Pro

Posts by Jason Bovberg

Best of TechEd Finalist: EMC Isilon Provides Simplified Scale-Out NAS

EMC Isilon is tackling Big Data in an innovative way. Data is growing at an alarming rate, and the challenge is to find a way to easily and....More

Best of TechEd Finalist: Quest Litespeed for SQL Server 6.5 Continues a Smart Backup Evolution

Earlier, I spoke with David Gugick (director of product management) and Jason Hall (SQL Server presales) of Quest Software about their product Quest....More

Best of TechEd Finalist: AppAssure Replay 4 Changes the Backup/Restore Game

Just finished interviewing Steven Toole (chief marketing officer) and Joseph Hand (senior solutions architect) of AppAssure about their Best of....More

Best of TechEd Finalist: Xiotech Hybrid ISE Offers Stylish Power

Just met with Keith Hageman (storage technology evangelist) and Blair Parkhill (technical marketing engineer) of Xiotech to talk about their Best of....More

Free Tool of the Week: Dexpot

At work—in fact, on the system I'm typing on right now—I use two monitors. I find that the extra real estate drastically improves productivity when I....More

Make Sure You Can Access Your Data 10 Years From Now

Remember when Google recently had to pull Gmail account data from tape? In February, a small percentage of Gmail users had been logging on to their....More

Free Tool of the Week: MailWasher

Here's a free email app that provides a simple, effective way to manage your incoming email and stop spam. Essentially letting you check and manage....More

Free Tool(s) of the Week: More NetWrix!

I wrote about NetWrix’s Inactive Users Tracker last week, but there are quite a few free tools at NetWrix that are worth your time. Ranging from such....More

Planning a Storage Refresh? Try This 10-Point RFP Checklist

Technology refreshes are accelerating as the economy grows stronger, and enterprise storage upgrades are a major component of these initiatives....More

Free Tool of the Week: Automatically Track Inactive User Accounts

Do your corporate security policies and compliance regulations require that Active Directory (AD) user accounts be disabled after certain period of....More

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