Raffle: 3CX Phone System – A Windows-based Business VoIP PBX

3CX Phone System is a software-based phone system that runs on Microsoft Windows. It is designed to fully replace traditional hardware PBX’s such as Avaya and Nortel phone systems. Take advantage of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), companies are using this phone system as it’s proving to be cost-effective and easy to run.

By Guest Author - Thu, May 31, 2012 - 1 comments

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All about the new Microsoft MCSE certification

In a recent blog post I mentioned that the traditional Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification program has been retired. Because Microsoft understands that the MCSE acronym continues to carry weight in the IT marketplace, they have rebooted the title with a new focus on their "private cloud" strategy.

Timothy Warner By Timothy Warner - Wed, May 30, 2012 - 0 comments

Timothy Warner is a Windows systems administrator, software developer, author, and technical trainer based in Nashville, TN.

Overview of the Task Manager in Windows Server 2012

In this blog post we learn about the totally revamped Windows Server 2012 Task Manager.

Timothy Warner By Timothy Warner - Tue, May 29, 2012 - 2 comments

Timothy Warner is a Windows systems administrator, software developer, author, and technical trainer based in Nashville, TN.

How to disable Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration (IE ESC) in Windows Server 2012

This article explains how to disable the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration (IE ESC) in Windows Server 8 Beta/Windows Server 2012 and what options you have to improve security if you have to use a web browser on a server.

Kyle Beckman By Kyle Beckman - Mon, May 28, 2012 - 5 comments

Kyle Beckman works as a systems administrator in Higher Education in the Southeast United States. He is an MCSE and specializes in Group Policy, Windows Server, and client support.

Deny and allow workstation logons with Group Policy

This article explains how to deny logon and allow logon locally to Windows workstations.

Kyle Beckman By Kyle Beckman - Fri, May 25, 2012 - 0 comments

Kyle Beckman works as a systems administrator in Higher Education in the Southeast United States. He is an MCSE and specializes in Group Policy, Windows Server, and client support.

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