TechNet Magazine: May 2011
|hh127061(v=msdn.10).md||Editor's Note: Build for the Cloud
By Lafe Low
Everyone in the IT world has their eyes on the cloud. For all the promise and possibilities of the cloud, most of what you’re reading in the IT press has been about how the cloud will save your organization money and save management headaches—heck, it just may even save the world. With the continued focus on the cloud, we take a practical approach —looking at how to build a private cloud platform and other cumulus topics. Read more…
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Utility Spotlight: Juggle Those Virtual Desktops
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Windows Confidential: Just What Is ‘Size on Disk’?
When you get the stats for the size of a folder, where, exactly, do those measurements come from?
SQL Q&A: Dynamic Data and Disaster Recovery
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Toolbox: New Products for IT Professionals
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Windows PowerShell: HTML Reports in PowerShell
You can actually use Microsoft Windows PowerShell cmdlets to generate HTML reports you can share with your colleagues.