March 29, 2007

Compliant or Secure?

Does fulfilling your regulatory compliance requirements actually lead you to be more secure?  Will your organization automatically attain compliance by pursuing a strict regimen of security […]
March 23, 2007

One More Reason to Turn JavaScript off in Browsers

As if we needed another reason… A security researcher has found a way hackers can make PCs of unsuspecting Web surfers do their dirty work, without […]
March 20, 2007

Vista Upgrade Speed Bumps

In today’s lesson, we learn why pre-planning is very important… So, I try to perform the dreaded in-place upgrade of my XP x64 laptop to Vista Ultimate x64, […]
March 19, 2007

Windows 2003 SP2 Oddities

The Second Service Pack for Windows 2003 (both x86 and x64 editions) and for XP Professional, x64 Edition was released without much fanfare a week ago.  There was initially some […]
March 19, 2007

Beta 1 of Community Server 2007

Even though CS2007 has been available for over a month now, and even though I managed to download it just a couple days after release, I still haven’t […]
March 14, 2007

SP2 for Windows 2003 (and XP x64) is here

Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) delivers on the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing initiative and illustrates Microsoft’s commitment to continually create software products with enhanced security, […]
March 14, 2007

March Patch Madness

This has been a fun month with all the Daylight Saving Time patching from a myriad of vendors.  (I wonder if anyone has done a study to […]
March 14, 2007

Another Pando Update: Web Sharing

Pando has just released an update of its flagship file transfer application which adds web sharing to the mix for multimedia content. Take your file sharing to […]
March 2, 2007

A Brief Look Inside the Vista Kernel

Mark Russinovich has provided another great series of “Inside Windows” articles, with his Inside the Vista Kernel postings on TechNet. Part one dealt with: Thread priority and scheduling […]
March 2, 2007

UPS cancels Airbus A380 order

And not only UPS, according to the report… “The cancellation by UPS, four months after rival FedEx Corp. also scrapped its 10-plane order, leaves Airbus with […]
February 12, 2007

Licensing Concerns with Community Server 2007

I haven’t had a whole lot of time recently to check in on Community Server, so when I took a peek at the forums this morning, I […]
February 5, 2007

Pando gets more options

If you’re looking for a convenient way to move around or share very large files with friends and family, then you really need to check out Pando.  […]
January 31, 2007

Misplaced Social Commentary

I’m trying to decide whether this title is more reflective of this post in particular, or the subject matter itself…   Over the years, while participating in […]
January 31, 2007

Windows Vista is finally here…

At the retail level, anyway. And I am no closer to having it installed at home than I was a month ago, when I laid out […]
February 3, 2007

Getting Rolling With Vista

As I mentioned earlier this week, I finally got my hands on my official copies of Vista, so I thought I’d see how well an upgrade would […]
February 5, 2007

Getting Used to Windows Vista

My Vista initiation continues, and so far, I don’t have much to complain about.  I’ve done this whole “new version of Windows” thing enough times in the past […]
February 5, 2007

Pando gets more options

If you’re looking for a convenient way to move around or share very large files with friends and family, then you really need to check out Pando.  […]
February 12, 2007

Licensing Concerns with Community Server 2007

I haven’t had a whole lot of time recently to check in on Community Server, so when I took a peek at the forums this morning, I […]
March 2, 2007

UPS cancels Airbus A380 order

And not only UPS, according to the report… “The cancellation by UPS, four months after rival FedEx Corp. also scrapped its 10-plane order, leaves Airbus with […]
March 2, 2007

A Brief Look Inside the Vista Kernel

Mark Russinovich has provided another great series of “Inside Windows” articles, with his Inside the Vista Kernel postings on TechNet. Part one dealt with: Thread priority and scheduling […]
March 14, 2007

Another Pando Update: Web Sharing

Pando has just released an update of its flagship file transfer application which adds web sharing to the mix for multimedia content. Take your file sharing to […]
March 14, 2007

March Patch Madness

This has been a fun month with all the Daylight Saving Time patching from a myriad of vendors.  (I wonder if anyone has done a study to […]
March 14, 2007

SP2 for Windows 2003 (and XP x64) is here

Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) delivers on the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing initiative and illustrates Microsoft’s commitment to continually create software products with enhanced security, […]
March 19, 2007

Beta 1 of Community Server 2007

Even though CS2007 has been available for over a month now, and even though I managed to download it just a couple days after release, I still haven’t […]