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Look how easy setup is for Exchange Server 2007

Does this sound familiar? You decide to deploy Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and you’re ready to get started. You think “A deployment guide would be helpful,” so you visit the Microsoft Exchange Server TechCenter. After searching for deployment content, you find a link to download a document called Deploying a Standard Exchange Server 2007 Organization. …

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What Administrators Will Want to Know about Exchange 2007 Features for Information Workers

Administrators aren’t the only ones who benefit from deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Some new and improved features also enhance the experience for your information workers. From the improvements to familiar features such as calendaring, resource management, Out of Office, Microsoft Outlook Web Access, and Microsoft Outlook Anywhere (formerly called RPC over HTTP), to the new messaging records management (MRM) functionality, your information workers will find it easier to increase their productivity. This article provides brief descriptions of these features and includes links to topics that provide more detail. more info reading here.

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Why Does Windows Get Slower Over Time?

If you use Windows, you know the story: the months pass, and your once-snappy computer becomes sluggish, unstable, or unpredictable. The natural impulse is to blame Windows itself. The phenomenon is so well known and widespread that some in the industry have even coined a term for it: “Windows rot.” The idea is that, for lack of a specific cause, Windows just performs worse the longer you use it. The fact is, though, a lot of Windows woes are preventable – if you know how. Windows rot is the predictable result of actions that users tend to perform without knowing how it will impact their Windows-based PCs. So what can you do to prevent Windows rot? Here are some solutions.

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Kaspersky Reports First “Proof Of Concept” iPod Virus

According to a press statement posted on its website, Kaspersky Lab has discovered the first virus designed to infect iPod portable media players. The virus, which has been named Podloso, is a proof of concept program which does not pose a real threat. Security researchers use such malware to demonstrate vulnerabilities and potential attack vectors, but lack any payload. The virus is a file which can be launched and run on an iPod. It should be stressed that in order for the virus to function, Linux has to be installed on the iPod. If the virus is installed on the iPod by the user, the virus then installs itself to the folder which contains program demo versions. Podloso cannot be launched automatically without user involvement. Once launched, the virus scans the device’s hard disk and infects all executable .elf format files. Any attempt to launch these files will cause the …

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Google Tawarkan MyMaps

Raksasa mesin pencari Google Inc. semakin beringas. Tak mau terkalahkan, ia membuat gebrakan baru. MyMaps adalah gebrakan baru tersebut. Fitur baru Google ini diklaim memungkinkan pengguna Internet untuk membuat peta kreasinya sendiri. Dua tahun silam Google memang sudah melempar Google Maps, namun demi menjangkau konsumen serta pendapatan yang lebih luas, terciptalah fitur baru ini. ujicoba Google pada layanan gratis ini diterapkan pada pemetaan pola pengambilan suara saat pemilihan presiden Amerika Serikat tahun 2004 silam. Selain itu, ujicoba MyMaps juga ditujukan untuk pembentukan Route 66 dan pemetaan stadium-stadium Major League Baseball. Google menjanjikan pengguna dapat membuat peta mereka semudah meng-klik mouse. Pembuat peta dapat memunculkan dirinya sendiri dalam peta buatan mereka, sehingga pengguna lain dapat mencarinya melalui Google Maps. Selain itu, MyMaps juga menyediakan fitur penambahan video baik dari YouTube maupun situs lain. Dilansir Reuters, beberapa contoh peta yang telah dibuat oleh para karyawan Google diantaranya tinyurl.com/ytwvnw, yang memetakan kehidupan disekitar …

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Who Can Defeat Yahoo Now?

Yahoo plans to remove any limitation concerning storage space for e-mails, allowing users to keep all of their messages forever. Back in 2006, some confidential information leaked from Mountain View, about a possible online storage service, dubbed GDrive, that was supposed to be the solution to users’ ever-increasing need for storage space. That was the signal that eventually led to an explosion of similar online services which, for a modicum sum, can fairly replace your PC’s hard drive. Faced with the threat of concurrence, Web giants like Yahoo, Microsoft and Google have speculated the momentum and progressively increased the storage space for their e-mail services. From the 4MB Yahoo was offering back in 1997, to the 1GB Google was offering in 2004 for its Gmail service things have rapidly evolved and eventually the “simple” e-mail turned into a fierce battle for customers who click on the commercials displayed inside their …

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Look For Security When Selecting Free Web Mail Providers

Internet users should look for sufficient security protection when selecting free web mail providers. Not all free services provide virus protection, says Stuttgart-based magazine Connect. They instead require users to pay for comprehensive protection for their electronic mailbox. Free mail services are also poorly suited for mobile users, the magazine writes. Users must pay around 5 euros (6.7 dollars) to perform address synchronization for their cell phone or PDA while on the go, or to be informed of new messages by SMS. Those looking to store large files should also be aware that the storage space is also not unlimited.

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British Hacker Faces US extradition

Gary McKinnon, the Brit who carried out the ‘biggest military computer hack of all time’, has lost the High Court battle against his extradition in the United States where he is accused for gaining access to 97 US military and NASA computers in 2001 and 2002. Lord Justice Maurice Kay and Mr Justice Goldring dismissed McKinnon’s legal challenge on Tuesday, adding that they can’t find any legal grounds for the appeal. McKinnon’s lawyers claimed on Tuesday that their client has been subjected to ‘improper threats’ and the Home Secretary John Reid’s decision to extradite him would break his human rights. Lawyer Ben Cooper announced that they plan to address to the House of Courts, the highest court in the land. Cooper claims his client was threatened by the US authorities and he mentioned a New Jersey prosecutor who said that McKinnon ‘would fry’. Moreover, Cooper suggested that McKinnon has a …

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Microsoft Patches .ANI Vulnerability

Today Microsoft released a patch to fix the dangerous zero-day Windows vulnerability involving animated cursor files and Windows XP SP2. Also the patch issued today fixes six other vulnerabilities. Most of the activity around the ANI exploit has been via dozens of malicious websites that will attack the user if he visits the page with the most common versions of Internet Explorer. However, on Sunday the first worm using this exploit to spread was found. Over the weekend, the amount of attacks using this exploit have intensified. Majority of the attacks have been traced back to different Chinese hacker groups.

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