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Wednesday, August 5, 2009
[TechRepublic] Inventory your network with IQ Netscan
Do you know what's on your network? Whether you're doing a clean-up or need some help keeping track of all your licensed software, a network inventory tool might be the tool you need. Derek Schauland takes a look at the IQ Netscan features. Read more
Bandwidth management is one of the most venerable of IT challenges. A new feature may help this for some environments that move to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. In this blog, IT guru Rick Vanover outlines BranchCache. Read more
Spam remains a major problem, as evidenced by the July 2009 edition of the MessageLabs Intelligence Report. Blogger Paul Mah explores a couple of network methods that can be used to mitigate the effect of spam. Read more
Most firewall systems contain a Web-based component that allows you to configure the firewall, but it's not very secure. Vincent Danen shows you a method via SSH that has the advantage of authentication and strong encryption. Read more
It's the time of year that software developers dread. Black Hat and Defcon security conferences just finished, the fallout is starting to be digested, and everyone is figuring out who got hit the worst. Micahel Kassner addresses the potential of a new threat involving automatic updates. Read more
Anyone who has spent time in the TechRepublic forums is well acquainted with the ongoing skirmishes and philosophical conflagrations that IT pros often engage in. Jack Wallen looks at 10 of the most enduring battles being waged in the IT world. Read more
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