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Wednesday, July 15, 2009
[TechRepublic] Clouds and compliance: Yes, you can
It's a fact that users don't always adhere to policy when it comes to downloading their pet applications. How much freedom do you allow? Derek Schauland discusses the challenge of policing the network for rogue software and deciding what controls to put in place. Read more
Cloud-based technologies can be a great solution for lowering costs and increasing elastic capacity, but not for every situation. In this TechRepublic post, IT guru Rick Vanover introduces the concept of logical servers. Read more
Justin James presents a rundown on the July 2009 batch of Microsoft patches. He wades through the available resources and brings you the information you need to make the right decision on applying them in your organization. Read more
Vincent Danen shows you how to configure the BIND side of a dynamic DNS service. When combined with DHCPd, you can create a system where a client obtains an IP via DHCP and will automatically have a DNS name assigned to it. Read more
For many new users, VMs are nothing more than another stumbling block to understanding how PCs are used. Jack Wallen takes a look at VirtualBox's Seamless Mode and shows how this exceptional feature removes some of those barriers to acceptance. Read more
With the proliferation of Web-based tools and systems, the browser has become a critical business application. As such, businesses and individuals must choose a browser that they trust. Which browser is your pick?
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