Windows Server & Data Backup

  • How to Read the Warning Signs of Hard Drive Failure and Backup Your Data

    Every week, thousands of PCs, laptops, and servers are affected by viruses, worms, and hardware failure, leading to thousands of gigabytes in lost data. Make sure you are protected and prepared for the worst with this guide on how to backup your most...
    By Alex Macen January 20, 2010 

  • Installing Windows Server 2008 on VirtualBox

    Need to install an additional server but don't have the hardware? VirtualBox allows for the installation of an operating system within an operating system. Windows Server 2008 is one of the most powerful operating systems in the world. VirtualBox...
    By Steve Mallard December 29, 2009 

  • What is new in Exchange Server 2007 - Benefits of Exchange 2007

    Anti-Spam, Message filtering, S/MIME support, and faster backups are just few Exchange Server 2007 enhancements. Exchange Server 2007 new features include Unified Messaging, Autodiscover facility, and Exchange Web Services. Let us take a look at Exchange...
    By Arun Kumar (PowercutIN) December 17, 2009 


  • Microsoft Exchange vs Lotus Notes: A Comparison

    Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes have similar goals, but are vastly different in their approach to e-mail delivery. Read on to find out more about the differences in these two products.
    By George Garza December 13, 2009 

  • Windows Home Server - Buyers Guide

    Windows Home Server is a permanent solution to storing, managing, backing up, and recovering data on your home or small office network. Before you buy Windows Home Server though, take a look at this buyers guide and Windows Home Server requirements.
    By Joli Ballew December 10, 2009 

  • Installing Windows Server 2003

    Need help installing Windows Server 2003, or just the confidence of knowing you're doing it right the first time? This step by step guide walks you through how to install Windows 2003 Server.
    By Jesma December 10, 2009 


  • Make Windows Look Like a Macintosh

    The success of Windows7 has left Microsoft ecstatic. No doubt the critics that were surrounding the OS have now had to back off. But in one way the critics have been right, there is the perception that Mac was the inspiration. See what needs to happen...
    By George Garza December 9, 2009 

  • The Potential of SharePoint

    What is SharePoint? Is It a project management program, a web design program, a Lotus Notes look alike? SharePoint is designed by Microsoft and it is the next generation of document management operations, which can double as a web interface program...
    By George Garza December 7, 2009 

  • Windows Small Business Server 2008 Best Practices Analyzer Tool

    Microsoft’s Small Business Server is designed to be run and administered by small businesses without requiring a high-level of technical expertise. How then, can the same people know that they have set their SBS 2008 server up right?
    By Brian Nelson December 7, 2009 

  • Server 2003 Group Policy - Linking GPOs

    Learn how to manage group policy objects, link them to sites, domains, and organizational units, and the ins and outs of how the enforcement of group policies works.
    By Jesma December 4, 2009 
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