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in Scripting Blog Feb 24, 2011

FastTrack Scripting Host 6.4 Released, Simplifies Compiling Scripts into .Exe Files

Binary Research International (BRI) released FastTrack Scripting Host version 6.4, a pseudo-language designed to handle scripting needs in a Windows network. A highlight of FastTrack Scripting Host 6.4 is the ability to compile scripts into executable files with a single mouse click....More

GSX Solutions

GSX Solutions is the global leader in proactive,...

Migrating and Co-Existence between Messaging Systems

Most of the time, migrating environments means learning how to find a balance between your messaging platforms. IBM and Microsoft provide tools to reduce the impact of using both systems, however this is not enough to proactively manage both environments....More

IT admin's guide to gaining more resources Pt. 1

IT systems are a crucial business enabler, which isn’t something to take lightly. Though these systems are so essential, a lot of decision-makers don’t invest as much in them as they should, which might leave an IT admin with huge list of requirements to meet on a shoestring budget and with limited staff. If doing your job effectively....More

Top 3 Lync Issues: How to monitor and troubleshoot them

Although Microsoft has delivered numerous improvements throughout the years, it is still very challenging for administrators to ensure a good quality of service for Lync, especially for audio/video calls....More

Mastering patch management: 5 tips that will work for you

There’s no debating IT pros are stretched thin. Likewise, there’s no debating that patch management, while a mundane job, is a business priority. ControlNow Security Lead Ian Trump offers five easy tips to help IT pros better handle this priority....More

Tony Howlett

Tony Howlett is CTO of Network Security Services, a network consulting firm. He is a CISSP and a GSNA.

DEF CON, Grace Hopper and Women in InfoSec

A review of DEF CON 23 and Women in Information Security....More

Jeff James

Jeff James is a former editor for Windows IT Pro.

in Cloud Computing Jun 28, 2012

TechEd 2012: 'Project Detroit' Ford Mustang

When most people think of cloud computing, they generally don't associate the phrase with a muscle car with more than 400 horsepower. That's clearly the case with Microsoft 'Project Detroit', a custom car concept developed in conjunction with famous tuner West Coast Customs....More

Thanks for the PowerFun!

My workload has recently gotten so tight that I'm no longer able to commit to even a semi-regular blogging schedule. Rather than letting myself get lazy, I've decided to formally end my blogging career over here, at least for the time being....More
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