Configuring Hyper-V in Windows 2008
It will be helpful to begin by understanding a few important terms as follows:
Virtual means not real and refers to something that is just conceptual with no physical reality whatsoever, this term finds popular use among computer experts/scientists. It can be compared to an engineer’s design of a road; the design is not the actual road but is rather an imaginary road. A computer scientist can refer to the road design as a virtual road.
Virtualization: When used in computing, virtualization refers to the creation of a virtual version of some devices or computing resources...Read more
Here we discuss on some of the best print managers
CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System)
It permits a workstation to act as a print server. The workstation job acts like a host that can recognize related jobs from patron computers, course them, and drive them to selected printer (to a selected printer/ to the selected printer/s). The data for printing goes to a scheduler who runs jobs by a filtering system and converts (is converted) into a format suitable for the printer.
Previously it was hard to discover a printer management scheme that can put...Read more
Hoist that cloud: Migrating Exchange Servers
Kudos to Microsoft for refraining from clouding it up. Every old-school service provider is racing to rebrand its products in the name of cloud services, but most of the time there's nothing new on offer. But if you're only after scalability and remote server hosts, you can always go for an Exchange solution from the software giant's Business Productivity Online Standard Suite.
If you have already sucked into that vast Microsoft conspiracy, chances are your Outlook clients are all hooked up to an on-premises server. It's...Read more