Latest from Jason Perlow
Make no bones about it: Server 2008 R2 is really Windows Server 7
Whether you call it Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 7, there's no doubt that this is a major Server product release for Microsoft.While the Windows 7 Release Candidate is getting all the attention this week, I thought I might bring some focus on the Client OS's bigger brother -- Windows Server 2008 R2 , which also reached its Release Candidate milestone today.
Slipstreaming away your troubles
Does this scenario sound familiar? You just went to your first big IT infrastructure planning meeting of the year, and after many months of debating the pros and cons with you and your fellow cynical IT support workers, your all-powerful, all-knowing CIO told you to migrate your workstation and server infrastructure to Windows 2000.
Frugal Friday: Ubuntu 9.04, Mobile Device Platforms, Caustic Talkbacks, Avocent LANDesk
This week Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I talk about Ubuntu's 9.04 Release Candidate, Mobile device platforms, Anonymous Talkback rage, and interview Robert Naegle of Avocent's LANDesk DivisionClick here to listen to the Podcast.
Frugal Friday: Conficker Strikes, Infrastructure Terrorism, Sun Microsystems, Debian BSD, Sourceforge
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I talk about Conficker.C waking up, Infrastructure Terrorism, Sun Microsystems, Linux Magazine, Debian's new BSD kernel port, and interview Ross Turk, Community Director for SourceForge.
Forget Kindle DX. How about the ZuneBook?
The ZuneBook is a Windows Mobile 7-based color touchscreen tablet device the size of a Kindle that plays audio and video media, with built-in e-book reader capabilities, Wi-Fi, runs .NET mobile applications and uses a scaled down version of the "Surface" interface, also known as Oahu.