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Considering remote access for IT professionals
 
Taking a look on some different types of remote access solutions that you can use for internal and external support.
Added: 07/17/2009, Hits: 1,861, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Disk Based Backup: All Hype or the Best Protection for your Data?
 
In this article, weíll look at disk based backup and how it can be used to replace or supplement your current tape backup system.
Added: 03/11/2005, Hits: 1,669, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Guide to Computer Networking
 
How to select the best Computer Networking for your home and office.
Added: 02/22/2004, Hits: 2,493, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Outlining Components Needed for Creating a VPN Server
 
Over the last few years, VPNs have gone from relative obscurity to great popularity. Even so, you donít want to throw together a VPN haphazardly. After all, a VPN is a direct portal into your private network, and it is essential that it be secure. If your VPN isnít secure, then nothing else on your network will be secure either. In this article, I will help you to plan your corporate VPN. In doing so, I will discuss the various components that make up a VPN and some of the decisions that you will have to make regarding those components.
Added: 10/14/2005, Hits: 1,720, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Planning for High Availability: Attempt to Eliminate Downtime
 
To ensure that systems are available for requests when called upon, you have to plan for the failure of those same resources that are being requested. Hard drives have MTBF (mean time between failure), viruses go undetected, name itÖ disaster can happen. The only way to keep systems Ďavailableí to those who request them is to deploy those systems in a manner that will keep them available to those requests.
Added: 08/25/2004, Hits: 1,752, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Planning for High Availability: Disaster Recovery Planning
 
In this article, we will discuss what every Microsoft Windows Administrator and Engineer should think about when trying to manage their environments in the scope of planning for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity. In this article we will cover many of the details administrators and engineers need to know about planning Disaster Recovery (DRP) for Windows Systems, as well as for their networks in general.
Added: 01/07/2005, Hits: 1,653, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Planning your Server Farm (Part 1)
 
In this series of articles, we will cover all that you will need to consider when planning to deploy a new server farm. A server farm is just lingo used to describe a grouping of servers that you use within you Local Area Network (LAN), usually tied to a high speed backbone if designed properly. In this article set we will look at considerations when deploying a server farm. These tips and tricks will no doubt help you if you are unfamiliar with planning a design, ordering such equipment and deploying it.
Added: 04/15/2005, Hits: 1,975, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Planning your Server Farm (Part 2)
 
Welcome to part two of how to plan your server farm and other tips to consider when building Windows Server 2003 systems to serve your network users. Deploying a server can be a chore, especially when it comes to planning. There are many things to consider. In this article we will look at how to verify your plan, and then move on to OS software checks and updating, as well as reviewing power requirements.
Added: 04/29/2005, Hits: 1,477, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Storage Configurations
 
In this article the author explains three common network storage configurations.
Added: 10/22/2010, Hits: 1,979, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Subnetting to Increase Performance
 
There comes a time when a network becomes too big and performance begins to suffer as a result of too much traffic. When that happens, one of the ways that you can solve the problem is by breaking the network into smaller pieces. There are several techniques for splitting a network, but one of the most effective techniques is called subnetting. In this article, I will explain what subnetting is, and how it works.
Added: 06/24/2005, Hits: 1,674, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Using a Split DNS to Support Small Business Remote Access Connections
 
Small businesses are getting into the remote access market. No, I donít mean that small businesses are becoming ISPs. What I do mean is that small businesses want to be able to access information stored on machines located on their small business network no matter where they go, in the same way big businesses do it.
Added: 07/15/2004, Hits: 1,347, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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