September 4, 2006

A Cost-Effective Infrastructure Deployment Strategy

Over the past few days, I have seen at least two posts or articles on a subject I’ve been meaning to write about for quite some time, […]
September 1, 2006

Taking Information Security Seriously at Home

It is very easy to become complacent with Information Security on a home computer or network, even for those who would otherwise preach IT Security in […]
August 31, 2006

Scripting GPO Creation and Modification

When you install the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) on your system, you gain some nifty command-line tools for managing group policies. Still, some things have to be […]
August 29, 2006

PowerShell to the Rescue

The August edition of the Windows IT Pro magazine has a really good article on Microsoft’s new scripting technology: PowerShell.  Not only is the article pretty good, but the […]
August 29, 2006

P2P, IPv6 and Internet Anonymity

I was reading this article about P2P Darknets that was posted on Digg, and one of the comments on Digg was that Internet anonymity was going to get better […]
August 29, 2006

We’re in full swing, now…

Okay, it looks like I was able to get everything working on the site in terms of Community Server modules. I even got the Community-Credit add-on […]
August 28, 2006

Vista is getting closer

According to some reports, the latest build of Vista released to testers displayed improved stability and performance, and looking like it will make the holiday season without issue.  A […]
August 28, 2006

Getting caught up in trivia

I just finished reading an informative article by Peter Coffee on why it is important for technologists not to get overly caught up in the coolness of technology […]
August 28, 2006

Test Subject: I’m testing, testing! Yes, Indeed.

This is a test of a new blog autonaming CS Module that Jarda Jirava produced, based on a thread I started over at the Community Server forums. I know I’ve […]
August 27, 2006

Why Did I Take So Long To Blog?

Kenneth Hunt, of Tech Observer fame, recently noted that I finally got on board the blogging bandwagon.  Yeah, it did take me a while.  I guess part of that […]
August 27, 2006

Where are you, planet Earth?

Ah, the relativeness of size in space…   Just this week, on my Admin Off-Topic mailing list, someone posted the following link about the relative size of the planets […]
August 25, 2006

Do we really get Information Security?

Five years ago, I wrote an article on the challenges of implementing Information Security in an enterprise.  Sad to say, even in the post-911 era, not a […]
September 4, 2006

A Cost-Effective Infrastructure Deployment Strategy

Over the past few days, I have seen at least two posts or articles on a subject I’ve been meaning to write about for quite some time, […]
September 1, 2006

Taking Information Security Seriously at Home

It is very easy to become complacent with Information Security on a home computer or network, even for those who would otherwise preach IT Security in […]
August 31, 2006

Scripting GPO Creation and Modification

When you install the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) on your system, you gain some nifty command-line tools for managing group policies. Still, some things have to be […]
August 29, 2006

PowerShell to the Rescue

The August edition of the Windows IT Pro magazine has a really good article on Microsoft’s new scripting technology: PowerShell.  Not only is the article pretty good, but the […]
August 29, 2006

P2P, IPv6 and Internet Anonymity

I was reading this article about P2P Darknets that was posted on Digg, and one of the comments on Digg was that Internet anonymity was going to get better […]
August 29, 2006

We’re in full swing, now…

Okay, it looks like I was able to get everything working on the site in terms of Community Server modules. I even got the Community-Credit add-on […]
August 28, 2006

Vista is getting closer

According to some reports, the latest build of Vista released to testers displayed improved stability and performance, and looking like it will make the holiday season without issue.  A […]
August 28, 2006

Getting caught up in trivia

I just finished reading an informative article by Peter Coffee on why it is important for technologists not to get overly caught up in the coolness of technology […]
August 28, 2006

Test Subject: I’m testing, testing! Yes, Indeed.

This is a test of a new blog autonaming CS Module that Jarda Jirava produced, based on a thread I started over at the Community Server forums. I know I’ve […]
August 27, 2006

Why Did I Take So Long To Blog?

Kenneth Hunt, of Tech Observer fame, recently noted that I finally got on board the blogging bandwagon.  Yeah, it did take me a while.  I guess part of that […]
August 27, 2006

Where are you, planet Earth?

Ah, the relativeness of size in space…   Just this week, on my Admin Off-Topic mailing list, someone posted the following link about the relative size of the planets […]
August 25, 2006

Do we really get Information Security?

Five years ago, I wrote an article on the challenges of implementing Information Security in an enterprise.  Sad to say, even in the post-911 era, not a […]