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[TechRepublic] Manage server partiitions on the fly

March 25, 2009
Manage server partition sizes on the fly with Acronis Disk Director
Have you ever needed to resize a Windows disk partition on a production server because of a disk failure or disk-full scenario? Acronis software has created an application that allows you to resize Windows partitions without damaging the installation. Derek Schauland walks you through Acronis Disk Director.


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Is the Apple iPhone 3.0 better suited to the enterprise now?
Under mounting pressure in the competitive Smartphone market, Apple last week unveiled the iPhone 3.0 software ahead of its expected summer release. Paul Mah sieves through the reports to evaluate how it measures up in the enterprise.

Building a System Center lab
IT pro Brad Bird is looking to set up a System Center lab to simulate customer environments while saving as much on hardware costs as possible. Here is his setup -- how would you do it?

Cisco blade servers -- Mix, match, or mash?
The network equipment veteran is stepping into the server market. How will this impact the datacenter? IT pro Rick Vanover shares thoughts on this important announcement.

Eight easy steps to Cisco ASA remote access setup
Lori Hyde shows you a simple eight-step process to setting up remote access for users with the Cisco ASA.

Use Data Protection Manager to ease backups and quickly restore files
Microsoft's Data Protection Manager gives you more flexibility managing your backups and recovering files when needed. Derek Schauland tells you how it works.

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Converting Subversion repositories to Git
Vincent Danen walks you through the process of converting your version control system from the popular Subversion system to Git, a distributed-repository system.

Freescale to tip the netbook scale to Linux
A new netbook processor is in town and it promises to tip the scales to favor the Linux operating system. Jack Wallen gives you the scoop on what Freescale is offering and how they can make it better.

The top 10 peeves of a support tech
IT pro Becky Roberts discovered that in the support field, certain workplace aggravations seem to persist regardless of the industry or environment. See if your annoyances match hers.

Top 10 undergraduate courses for the CIO track
If you're thinking about becoming a CIO, you can lay a good foundation by taking courses that translate into the skills and knowledge you'll be using every day. Seasoned CIO Jay Rollins offers a list of essential classes that will help you get ready for the job.

The Top 10 Benefits of SaaS-enabled Email Management

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10+ Microsoft Office add-ins to simplify your work
10 ThingsThe right add-in can provide helpful features and make existing Office capabilities easier to use. Susan Harkins has rounded up a selection of handy add-ins for various Office applications.

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