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  • Working Your Way to the C-Level Suite
    Working Your Way to the C-Level Suite
    in Blogs
    An ambitious college senior aims at a C-level job, asking for IT career advice on how to follow his dream. What will he need to get into the executive suite? Read More
  • Active Directory Security with Group Management Tools
    Active Directory Security with Group Management Tools
    in Features
    Third party Active Directory group management tools can help mitigate some of the security concerns that are inherent in AD by offering better visibility and management of AD groups. Read More
  • How to Transition from IT Project Lead to Management
    How to Transition from IT Project Lead to Management
    in Blogs
    How do you make the shift from an IT project lead role to becoming an IT project manager? Here's how you can create your project management career path. Read More
  • IT Cartoon: Gamification Misunderstood
    IT Cartoon: Gamification Misunderstood
    in Blogs
    Can the skills learned and used in fantasy gaming apply to IT? Read More
  • Acer's Latest AiOs Add Management That Suits SMBs
    Acer's Latest AiOs Add Management That Suits SMBs
    in News
    The Acer Veriton all-in-ones come with management software designed for SMBs that lack IT staff resources. Read More
  • Building a Business Case for Automation and Orchestration
    Building a Business Case for Automation and Orchestration
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    If you're tasked with building a business case to add an automation or orchestration layer to your management stack, you'll first have to account for the risks involved. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Managing Remote Servers & Sessions
    PowerShell Basics: Managing Remote Servers & Sessions
    in How To
    PowerShell remoting offers efficiency and performance advantages that are worth taking a look at. Here's how you can get started with remote sessions so you can efficiently manage thousands of servers across the globe. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Objects, Piping, Filtering and More
    PowerShell Basics: Objects, Piping, Filtering and More
    in How To
    PowerShell objects, piping and filtering allow you to take PowerShell cmdlets to the next level. Here's how to use objects, piping and filtering along with some notes on best practices. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Help, Cmdlet Discovery and Object Exploration
    PowerShell Basics: Help, Cmdlet Discovery and Object Exploration
    in How To
    PowerShell's help feature, accessed through the Get-Help cmdlet, is one of the most helpful tools for PowerShell users. Learn how to use Help, cmdlet discovery and object exploration. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Intro to Tools, Cmdlets & Modules
    PowerShell Basics: Intro to Tools, Cmdlets & Modules
    in How To
    Windows PowerShell is a powerful automation and configuration management framework. Learn about PowerShell tools, cmdlets & modules. Read More
  • Video: Sizing Up Software Asset Management (SAM)
    Video: Sizing Up Software Asset Management (SAM)
    in Video
    Software asset management (SAM) helps you manage, optimize and control the software in your organization. Sizing the right SAM tool means evaluating where your organization is today and where it will be in the future. Read More
  • How to Index Files in Windows 8.1 to Speed Up Searches
    How to Index Files in Windows 8.1 to Speed Up Searches
    in How To
    Tuned correctly, the Windows 8.1 index service can speed up searches significantly. It can also slow down your Windows 8.1 machine, and we show you how to avoid that. Read More
  • Mastering Windows 8.1 File Search
    Mastering Windows 8.1 File Search
    in How To
    The file search function in Windows 8.1 is more powerful than ever. Here are a few tips & tricks for mastering the 'Search Results' box in Windows 8.1 so you can find your files more easily. Read More
  • Windows 8.1: Sleep and Hibernation Settings
    Windows 8.1: Sleep and Hibernation Settings
    in How To
    The sleep and hibernation settings in Windows 8.1 offer a lot of options. We'll look at the differences in sleep and hibernation, how to find power settings in Windows 8.1 and troubleshoot related problems. Read More
  • Spiceworks Releases Free Network Monitor Into Beta
    Spiceworks Releases Free Network Monitor Into Beta
    in News
    Spiceworks has announced the beta of a free network monitoring application that monitors network and server activity. Read More
  • How to Join Windows 8.1 to a Domain
    How to Join Windows 8.1 to a Domain
    in How To
    Learn how to connect your Windows 8.1 machine to a domain and how to troubleshoot and fix common join domain problems. Read More
  • Windows 8.1: Local Security Policy Editor
    Windows 8.1: Local Security Policy Editor
    in How To
    In Windows 8.1, Gpedit has a little sister called Secpol, which controls the security subset of local group policies. Here's how -- and when -- to use Secpol. Read More
  • SUSE Manager 2.1 Appliance Announced for x86 & System z
    SUSE Manager 2.1 Appliance Announced for x86 & System z
    in News
    The new version of SUSE Manager is pending release and will include action chaining, IPMI power configuration, and more. Read More
  • Windows 8.1: The Missing Manual
    Windows 8.1: The Missing Manual
    in Expert Voices
    The following excerpt from David Pogue's Windows 8.1: The Missing Manual includes the Disk Chapter, covering Storage Spaces, Dynamic Disks, BitLocker and Encryption. Read More
  • How to Build a Successful Business Case for an IT Project
    How to Build a Successful Business Case for an IT Project
    in Features
    Building a business case for your next IT project is a good way to show not only what your company could save, but what your project is worth. While TCO and ROI are great, they won't help you win your case; here's what will. Read More
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