TechNet Magazine: September 2010
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By Lafe Low
IT Management Managing IT in a Recession—Tips for Survival
Being an IT manager in this ever-changing world of technology and business is hard enough. Throw in a flaky economy and it’s downright perilous. Here’s how to survive.
Windows PowerShell: Cereal or Serial?
Serializing can help when exporting or retrieving objects with Windows PowerShell.
Utility Spotlight: Create Your Own Online Courses
Take control of your internal training programs, and develop your own custom courseware with the Microsoft Learning Content Development System.
You can’t avoid Office 2010, but you can find other ways to automate installation with any of these free tools.
SQL Q & A Maintaining Logs and Indexes
Some of the key ways to keeping SQL Server running efficiently are preserving log backups and properly maintaining indexes.
Windows Confidential: History—the Long Way Through
Join our Windows Confidential columnist for a decidedly roundabout tour of all the directories with the word “system” in their name.
Toolbox: New Products for IT Professionals
This month’s tools include a free RAM disk emulator and a top-notch synchronization tool.