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November 10, 2008
10+ answers to your questions about IPv6
Michael Kassner recently asked TechRepublic members to share their questions about IPv6, promising to submit them to the experts at ARIN and Command Information. Both groups graciously responded, providing the following in-depth answers.

Compare your salary against other IT professionals in Canada

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10 roles you need for ITIL configuration management
If you're serious about building an effective configuration management service, you'll need to consider who will accomplish 10 key functions. Here's a brief rundown of the essential roles that should be covered by your configuration management team.

Mini-glossary: Virtualization terms you should know
You may not have time to learn everything there is to know about virtualization, but a familiarity with the terminology will help you follow the trends, technical details, and industry developments as they emerge. This glossary offers a quick rundown of the virtualization terms you're most likely to encounter.

10 Linux desktops you shouldn't overlook
Even if you're happy with the Linux desktop you currently use, you might want to check out some alternatives to see what you could be missing. Jack Wallen highlights 10 of the best desktops and explains what makes them stand out.

Geek Gifts 2008: The Acer Aspire One netbook
Netbook ultraportable computers have become all the rage with consumers. But of all of the netbooks TechRepublic has looked at so far, the Acer Aspire One is the only one to get high marks for usability. Mark Kaelin explains why in this review.

How do I... Create multiple virtual desktops in Windows?
Vista doesn't inherently support multiple desktops. But thanks to Sysinternals' free Desktops utility, Vista can enjoy a Linux-like multiple desktop configuration.

Using dnsmasq for DNS and DHCP services
Vincent Danen introduces an open source solution called dnsmasq, which provides both DNS forwarding and DHCP services for a small network or home office.

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Nov. 13th: Taking the next step in secure access - Achieving granular control

Join TechRepublic's live Webcast to learn why achieving granular control over secure access has now become a key business requirement, and how to take secure access to the next level by effectively implementing granular access control. (SonicWALL)

Video: TR Out Loud -- November 7, 2008
Video: TR Out Loud It was the Presidential election week in the United States, and so this TR Out Loud on Video (TROLOV) captured some of the hot political posts that topped the boards. For those of you who are saturated with politics, there is plenty of distraction in this episode as well.

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Sanity check: 10 tech leaders who could become Obama's CTO
Tech Sanity CheckAs a presidential candidate, part of Barack Obama's technology policy platform included hiring the U.S. government's first chief technology officer (CTO). If Obama follows through on this, who is likely to get the job? Here are the 10 top candidates.

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