May Newsletters Teaser

by George Chetcuti [Published on 8 May 2014 / Last Updated on 8 May 2014]

Topics covered in CloudComputingAdmin.com, VirtualizationAdmin.com, MSExchange.org, WindowsNetworking.com and WindowSecurity.com monthly newsletters...

CloudComputingAdmin.com newsletter – The Mobile Cloud - The cloud is a mobility enabler. It gives us the freedom to roam, while still enjoying all the benefits of having a computer at our fingertips.  Also in the newsletter, find Announcements & News: What’s Happening in the Cloud, CloudComputingAdmin Articles of Interest, Cloud Admin Tip of the Month, CloudComputingAdmin Links of the Month, and Cloud Q & A.

WindowsNetworking.com newsletter – Open Season on Open Source? – Unlike proprietary software, nobody is sure who to hold accountable. That's because the tradeoff for not having a company "own" the software and control what others do with it is that you don't have a company that assumes the responsibilities of ownership. Also in the newsletter, find WindowsNetworking.com Articles of Interest, Administrator KB Tip of the Month, Windows Networking Tip of the Month, and Windows Networking Links of the Month plus the opportunity to ask the author a question!

VirtualizationAdmin.com newsletter – Welcome our new editor, Lauren Malhoit – She recently published a book titled ‘VMware vCenter Operations Manager Essentials’. Also in the newsletter, find White Paper of the Month, VirtualizationAdmin.com Articles of Interest, Solutions of the Month, Free tool of the month, and Helpful Links plus the opportunity to ask the author a question!

MSExchange.org newsletter - Exchange Hybrid Troubleshooting Helpers – The author shares some Exchange hybrid gotchas he personally experienced during some of the Office 365 engagements he have been working on. Also in the newsletter, find MSExchange.org Learning Zone Articles of Interest, KB Articles of the Month, and MSExchange.org News of the Month plus the opportunity to ask the author a question!

WindowSecurity.com newsletter - Heartbleed – The author writes about this major security vulnerability, which was recently discovered in the popular open source cryptography library, OpenSSL. Also in the newsletter, find Microsoft Security Bulletins, Windows Security Articles of Interest, WindowSecurity.com Articles of Interest, and Windows Security Tip of the Month.

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