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Networking

Submission + - Cisco Introduces 61 New Products To The Line (bblogic.com)

serverguy writes: Cisco Systems Inc. massively expanded its portfolio of collaboration technologies today, announcing 61 products, including a corporate-grade hosted e-mail system called Cisco WebEx Mail as well as a social networking application and a video system to help groups securely share video content and search capabilities.

The range of products shows Cisco's interest in integrating and expanding new video-related technologies with more traditional collaboration tools, such as instant messaging and presence, Cisco officials said. One new tool, called the Intercompany Media Engine, focuses on allowing companies to share business-to-business communications over any IP network.

The products are designed in part to make it easier for companies to incorporate content from video and other media produced on all kinds of devices, from expensive telepresence videoconferencing systems to handheld Flip video cameras , as well as photos and recordings taken from smartphones.

Software

Submission + - Windows 7 first week sales overtake Vista by 234% (bblogic.com) 1

serverguy writes: Microsoft's newest operating system is off to a fantastic start, with sales of the system up 234% (during its first week on the market) compared to Vista during its first week. Regardless of your opinion on things, that's a large percentage, particularly during a time period where people are pinching pennies and are more likely than ever to remain on their current OS for the time being. I for one am loving what Windows 7 has to offer, both from a user and support level.
Hardware

Submission + - Seagate Hard Drives Continue to Fail (bblogic.com)

serverguy writes: Seagate hard drives are still failing with some people to claim that Seagate have actually offered to pay for replacement and data recovery costs. The original story from The Inquirer early this year stated it was mainly Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1TB drives effected by the firmware bug, but a quick online search reveals this was not the case, reportedly the problem also exists in some 500GB models with many finding the once reliable brand to be failing at an alarming rate.
Windows

Submission + - SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 Migration (bblogic.com) 2

serverguy writes: Migrating from SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 using the conventional method or "Microsoft's recommended method" can be a simple process but when things don't go according to plan it can be very stressful for Server Admins, and while the Microsoft method is well documented, it's the Swing Migration has been praised as the better option by many Admins due to the simplicity and transparency of the process. If you do go down the path of a MS Migration a common issue you may encounter is the "Exchange Certificate Error" when moving Mail Boxes. It can be a royal pain if you ever come across this mid Migration but simple to fix if you know how.
Businesses

Submission + - Boobs in the workplace (bblogic.com) 2

serverguy writes: I came across a rather awkward/awesome situation yesterday.

While on the job I entered a ladies office in order to do some work, I noticed a small baby in the corner of the room which I thought was a nice touch.

I needed to do some work on her laptop so I suggested taking it into another room to work on, as I was leaving the room she then asked if I minded if she fed her baby as she didn't want me freaking out on my return, which I said I was fine with as I expected to be around 30 minutes with the laptop.

As I returned to drop the laptop off, the ladies back was facing me which I thought feeding time must be over, but no, she swings around with this ginormous breast with a baby attached to it.............

Hardware

Submission + - SMB/Enterprise IT Support just got easier (bblogic.com)

serverguy writes: Sick and tired of searching the internet for IT answers? Well here is the solution.

BBLogic Server Technology Forum has been launched to make life as an IT professional much easier. Started by IT Professionals for IT Professionals we feel we have the edge when it comes to this kind of thing.

We cover a wide variety of industry related topics and welcome members with skill levels from Noob to Pro. Some topics we cover include Windows Server, Microsoft Exhange and SQL, OS Migration, Imaging and Deployment, Systems and Network Security and much more.

URL: http://www.bblogic.com/

Software

Submission + - SPAM: Forum for IT Admins/Engineers, Tech's and Students 1

An anonymous reader writes: BBLogic.com — The Server Technology Forum for IT Administrators/Engineers, Tech's and Students has been launched, we focus primarily on IT Industry topics such as Windows Server, Microsoft Exchange & SQL Server, Server Hardware, Storage & Backup, Industry Training & Certification and more. URL [spam URL stripped]
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