You already know that Windows Server 2008 brings a lot of changes. You've probably heard about the product's Read Only Domain Controllers (RODCs), Server Core and fine-grained password policies. There's another factor that almost no one seems to know about: Server 2008 replaces a vital piece of Active Directory. This change is along the lines of replacing the engine in your car as you're driving 70 miles per hour down the highway: If done badly, it could shut down Group Policies and negate your log-on scripts.
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Friday, July 11, 2008
Windows Vista, the OS that everyone loves to hate. Despite its enhanced security, improved CPU scheduler and excellent stability, it's still the flawed gem in many critics' eyes. But can Microsoft win back the XP crowd with its upcoming Windows 7 offering? The fact is, they have to.
Friday, July 04, 2008
How To Make More Money With Google AdSense
Google wants a slice of your traffic. And they’re willing to pay big bucks! For those who have been complaining of high traffic and low sales, there’s simply no better way to cash in on those hard-earned visitors to your web pages.
AdSense makes it so easy!
There’s no complicated software to install, no need to scout for affiliates, nothing to buy and no need to even have a merchant account. So…
Why isn’t everybody doing this? More importantly, why isn’t everybody making the most of it?
Check it out!