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Inserting a certificate at the factory undermines VPN, database, and software update connections. All to put ads on secure shopping websites.
Automation projects can slip down the priority list. If your organization is ready to tackle AWS automation, this guide will help ease the process.
Read about 10 "must haves" your data center needs to be successful.
In-house file servers can carry a hefty price tag, but that does not always mean Google Drive can alleviate these costs.
John Joyner shows what kind of troubleshooting information you can get by using the new Configuration Analyzer for System Center 2012 SP1.
Jack Wallen walks through the process of installing Toad for MySQL, connecting to a server, creating a database, and creating a table on the new database.
Nick Hardiman takes a look at an online backup and recovery system that uses software agents to copy your data directly to a cloud file storage system. Here's how it works.
John Joyner explains how to deploy SQL Server AlwaysOn in a failover cluster without shared storage to achieve high availability SQL.
If you need to create, edit, and manage MySQL databases, TechRepublic contributor Jack Wallen says Toad is freeware that's worth a look.
John Joyner shares the benefits of using Microsoft Advisor (part of the Software Assurance program) to analyze how well your servers are tuned to get the best performance out of th...