A edição de Maio 2012 da TechNet Magazine já está disponível para leitura online.
Artigos em Destaque:
- Windows 7: A Geek’s Guide to the USMT
By Johan Arwidmark
When it comes to migrating user settings and data for Windows 7 deployments, the User State Migration Tool is a valuable ally.
- SQL Server: Databases and Indexes
By Glenn Berry , Louis Davidson , and Timothy Ford
Managing your indexes, and having the proper indexes in place, is an essential part of managing your overall SQL Server workload.
- Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Governance Planning
By Steve Wright , and Corey Erkes
Establishing an effective governance structure takes research, planning, precise execution, and ongoing evaluation and maintenance.
- Windows Server 2008 R2: Secure Your Windows Server
By Brien M. Posey
With so many options, determining the right security features and settings for your Microsoft Windows Server infrastructure can be a challenge..
- Windows Server 2008 R2: Certificates Drive RDS Security (Part 2)
By Kristin Griffin
Using certificates is an important part of securing communications for Remote Desktop Services. Here’s the rest of the story on how to install them on each of your servers.
- Data Storage: Reorganize Your Data
By Leo Michielsen
You can still access your data without having to organize and keep track of inconsistent drive letters.
- Cloud Computing: Legal and Regulatory Issues
By Vic (J.R.) Winkler
Technological and security issues aside, there are also a host of other regulatory, compliance and legal issues to consider when moving to the cloud.
- IT Management: IT Hybridity–The Benefits of Diversity
By Romi Mahajan
Diversity doesn’t just refer to having different cultures represented in the IT staff—it also refers to different systems and platforms.
- Utility Spotlight: Synchronize Your Files with SkyDrive
By Lance Whitney
The preview version of the new SkyDrive for Windows has several enhancements over its Web-based counterpart.
- Windows Confidential: Dusting for Fingerprints
By Raymond Chen
The last person to touch a segment of code is ultimately held responsible for whether it runs properly.
- Toolbox: New Products for IT Professionals
By Greg Steen
Manage access permissions to your Windows systems, quickly scan log entries, and examine and manage locked files with this month’s selection of tools.
- Windows PowerShell: PowerShell.exe
By Don Jones
As with many other Windows PowerShell functions, there’s more than one way to open it in the first place.
- SQL Q&A: Push SQL Performance
By Paul S. Randal
There are always several ways to push the SQL Server performance envelope, and it often doesn’t cost any money to do so.
- Geek of All Trades: Live Migrations
By Greg Shields
No SAN? No problem. You can live-migrate Hyper-V virtual machines without using shared storage.