Microsoft has launched an initiative to 'encourage' the many companies that still have Windows NT 4 servers running to upgrade to one of its newer server releases, but the challenge of migrating from NT Domains to Active Directory remains one of the critical inhibitors to upgrading, especially for smaller and mid-sized companies. Beth Cohen and Hallett German delve into the murky details of converting to Active Directory with the goal of helping you pull off a NT/Windows Server 2003 migration project with aplomb.
Articles by Beth Cohen
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) offers the opportunity to streamline your procedures for protecting and sharing sensitive and valuable information. As Beth Cohen and Debbie Deutsch report, when it comes to protecting your company's valuable digital assets, you owe it to yourself to investigate what doors PKI can open for you and your organization.
Active Directory is a potent tool for managing large networks of systems across WANs and LANs, but it can be complex to understand and administer. Beth Cohen's primer is designed to help you get acquainted with the tool that can help you create a robust and flexible architecture for addressing your company's needs, now and in the future.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology has the potential to revolutionize business much as ERP and supply chain integration did in the late 1990s, but it can also have some serious security risks if you are not careful when deploying it. Beth Cohen reveals the power and the pitfalls of this exciting new technology so you can determine for yourself whether your company is ready to ride the next technology wave.