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Download Windows Vista Nvidia GeForce 8800 Drivers NOW!

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If you own a GeForce 8800 graphics adapter and have tried getting it to run under Windows Vista you know it’s impossible. At least it was impossible up to this point. Today I found an unreleased version of the ForceWare drivers for Windows Vista 32/64-bit. They are versioned 100.30. There are some caveats to running […]

Citrix Script to Take Server Offline

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As a Citrix Engineer, one of the more heavily used scripts I have in my inventory is my “Server Offline” script. The purpose of this script is to unpublish all applications from a Citrix server (which effectively takes the server offline for user logins). Users who are currently connected to the server will not be […]

How to Get Google to Notice Your Site

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Why did so many other family therapy websites pop to the top of Google search results listings, while her site was nowhere to be found? It’s a question posed by thousands of small-business owners every day as they seek new customers online rather than through traditional Yellow Pages directories. These days, if a company website […]

10 Common Mistakes when Consolidating Servers

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Consolidation projects are easy to cost-justify, but rarely easy to execute. As enterprises look to squeeze cost savings out of their IT infrastructure, CIOs and data centre managers alike are turning to server consolidation as a way to meet this objective. According to Gartner Research, 60 per cent of surveyed companies are in the process […]

Uncle Mike says “Virtualization hasn’t changed the fundamental laws of network architecture.”

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Despite Mike completely missing the point of my last point regarding Alan Shimel’s rant on Tippingpoint (he defaults to “Hoff is defending Big Iron blurb,) Mike made a bold statement: Virtualization hasn’t changed the fundamental laws of network architecture I am astounded by this statement.  I violently disagree with this assertion. Virtualization may have not […]

Is Citrix Looking For Growth In All The Wrong Places

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When Citrix Systems (CTXS) reported its Q3 numbers the stock got pasted. The sell side was obviously disappointed with the slowing growth in CTXS’ core remote access business, now known as Presentation Server (PS). PS is the principal revenue generator for CTXS, and in some respect the company is still identified with that particular product line. There is […]

ChipPC Release Thin Client that Installs into a Wall Outlet

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It’s called Jack PC, and it can fit into a network wall port. Just plug your keyboard, mouse and monitor into the wall. The Jack PC runs Windows CE and it’s equipped with an equivalent of a 800MHz to 1.2GHz x86 desktop processor. The Jack PC comes in 3 models, ranging from £209 to £349, and […]

Symantec Claims Windows Vista’s UAC Security is Hopeless

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A key security feature of Windows Vista, User Account Control (UAC) is still nearly unusable, Symantec has said. At a press presentation last week, Symantec vice president of engineering Rowan Trollope said Symantec’s customers had found the feature so “chatty”, that it was a burden on users, potentially creating new help-desk calls.   He said […]

How to Fix Broken Virtual Networking

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Periodically I receive emails from people who find them and they start Virtual PC/Virtual Server, it reports that it was unable to initiate virtual networking on any network adapters.  There are two common causes of this problem, though they both seem to be related to something just going wrong during the installation of Virtual PC/Virtual […]

John Carmack Speaks on DX10, Wnidows Vista, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii

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Industry authority and rocket scientist John Carmack shares his views on the latest software and technology When John Carmack speaks, the industry tends to listen. While it can be argued that his influence today on the gaming industry isn’t as big as it was when nearly every 3D shooter was using one of his Quake […]

Virtualization Weakens OS Importance

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OS importance slips Systems software, which comprises the operating system (OS) and utility programs that manage computer resources at a low level, has traditionally served as the layer that sits between hardware and software applications.   One of the most significant developments in 2006 in systems software has been the shift toward looking not only […]

Comparing Isolation in Hardware and OS Virtualization

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In our recent discussions with customers and analysts, the question of isolation has come up again. The reason is that whenever an article in the press needs a one-sentence explanation of OS virtualization it is something like ’OS virtualization provides better density and performance but cannot run different operating systems simultaneously and does not provide […]

The Future of Microsoft?

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Over the past few months, I’ve made no effort to hide my concern for the transition Mcrosoft will make over the next 18 months. With the old guard (Bill, Jim, & Brian) departing and a new team rolling in, the lack of communication with the public on the new courses being charted leaves me nervous at best. […]

Citrix Releases GoToMyPC 6.0!

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Citrix has launched a new version of its online remote-working system, GoToMyPC. Version 6.0 of GoToMyPC offers new features such as synchronisation between a remote PC and the host computer, and support for remote sound. GoToMyPC costs £11.99 for one user for one month and £8.99 if you take out an annual subscription — £107.99 […]

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