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IT Certifications: 5 New Realities – A Decade of IT Trends, Part I

Article | Aug. 08, 2017

Certifications are now considered the pinnacle of achievement in the tech industry. That’s a huge change in perspective from a decade ago when many IT professionals still didn’t understand the merit of certification.

In the Trenches: Eight Tips-n-Tricks For Microsoft Windows Group Policy

Article | April 08, 2017

This article will serve as an important reference in optimizing and stabilizing your Group Policy Deployment.

Why Upgrade to Windows Server 2016?

Article | Oct. 18, 2016

On September 26, 2016, Microsoft announced the general availability of Windows Server 2016. We already have a taste of what the user interface looks like from Windows 10. In actuality, there are a few other features that Windows 10 picked up first, such as PowerShell 5.0 and the latest version of Hyper-V, that are also part of Windows Server 2016. Many other heavy-hitting server-only features will be here soon.

What BI Architects and Admins Need to Know about SAP BusinessObjects BI4

Article | Jan. 12, 2016

I’d like to share some best practices for training BI administrators and architects in your organization. Because they will ultimately lead a major BI upgrade, administrators need training before a major project begins, not a few days or weeks before a go-live like other stakeholders. While there are many facets to upgrading your SAP BI system, I’m focusing on the need for BI architects and administrators to understand the BI4 platform’s new tools, new architecture and new monitoring capabilities.

How to Manage PowerShell Remote Access with SharePoint Server 2013

Article | Dec. 02, 2015

Have you ever been tasked to do a certain job, but were restricted or prevented from doing it because of the lack of tools or authorization? Many IT administrators who consult or attend training have stories to share about the impediments to using the full power of Windows PowerShell for automating system tasks. There are some ways around this. Although there are many options, we’ll focus on one technique for opening up the use of PowerShell for certain kinds of SharePoint administration.

Top 5 Ways Dynamic Access Control Provides Flexibility in Windows Server 2012

Article | March 23, 2015

Dynamic Access Control (DAC) in Windows Server 2012 lets you manage access to documents in ways that go beyond classic NTFS (New Technology File System) permissions. For example, if you want to allow a set of users in an office across the country or across the globe read-only access to files relating to the Wind Turbine Project, DAC can do the job.

Microsoft Certification Exams, No Testing Center Required

Article | Oct. 17, 2014

Having options in life is usually a good thing. Do you want a cheeseburger or pizza for lunch? Water or sweet tea? And, if you’re going to take a Microsoft certification exam, do you prefer to take it at a Pearson VUE Authorized Test Center or in the comfort of your own home or office?

Putting the SharePoint Management Shell on ISE

Article | Jan. 07, 2014

The default shortcut for the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell uses PowerShell.exe; however, a few small changes can easily yield a SharePoint Management Shell based on the more awesomely powerful PowerShell ISE.

Ten Performance Monitor Counters to Analyze SQL Server Memory Pressure

Article | July 12, 2013

Many experts agree that memory is the most important resource with regard to SQL Server performance. There are hundreds of performance counters, and therefore, it can be complex to figure out just what to monitor. Here are some suggestions in understanding whether memory pressure might be the performance problem with your SQL Server.

Understanding Inner and Outer Joins

Article | June 12, 2013

One of the most difficult concepts for me as I was learning database syntax was joins. Of course, I tried reading and understanding articles and books that dealt with this topic. In almost every case, I was faced with the Venn diagram examples.