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Jesus Vigo continues his step-by-step review of DeployStudio by detailing the steps necessary to create a DeployStudio-compatible NetBoot image that's used to boot Mac client compu...
An interview with Kevin Gemmel, whose job it is to move people from Windows 7 to Windows 8. He talks about platform integration, the closing windows for XP support, and the hurdles...
Unfortunately, there is no simple way to determine what personal data is leaking from your smartphone. Michael Kassner interviews members of a research team that want to change tha...
The theory of network coding promises significant benefits in network performance, especially in lossy networks and in multicast and multipath scenarios. To realize these benefits ...
TechRepublic member dcolbert asks the TR community, "What good is inherently better security through open source and 'many eyes' if manufacturers can effectively short-circuit the ...
Preventing file transfer isn't limited to the firewall. IT pro Rick Vanover showcases an additional setting that may be needed to prevent file transfers through certain networks.
Step by Step Guide to Managing Cisco (PIX to ASA) Firewall Migration Projects Overview This paper is designed as a guide for IT project managers to better understand Cisco PIX to...
In this installment of the TechRepublic series on Microsoft Network Access Protection, Rick Vanover discusses the Vista client configuration in detail. Here we will go through ...
Windows Server 2008 is expected to officially launch in February of next year, but many companies are already preparing for the next generation of Windows server software and tryin...
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