Wired for business
Application Service Providers are the latest fashion
for companies wanting to minimise costs and offload their IT headaches. Danny
Bradbury finds out how relevant they are to small businesses.
Any time, any place anywhere
The booming ASP industry relies on secure and stable remote access. Michael
Ohajuru explains how this is achieved.
Special reports - monthly feature calendar
January 2000 Training
for Windows 2000
explorermag.com finds out whats in store for those who want to make the transition
from NT4.0 to Win2K.
February 2000 Application service providers (ASP)
What are the technical and business benefits of renting applications over the net?
March 2000 Integrating UNIX and Windows 2000
To conquer the enterprise Windows 2000 must coexist with other system types. This month we
explore how to bring Unix and Win2K together to create an integrated environment.
April 2000 Clustering and load balancing
We discover where Microsoft intends to go with its clustering strategy and what it needs
to do in order to stand up to the competition.
May 2000 E-Commerce
We discover how e-commerce has revolutionised UK industry and how Windows 2000 will effect
June 2000 Windows NT/2000 security
We examine the security issues effecting Windows NT /2000
July 2000 Exchange server 2000
What can this new version of Exchange Server 2000 do for you?
August 2000 Internet Information server (IIS)
We discover how to optimise IIS Web Server Software
September 2000 Database Standards
explorermag.com examines the current state of play in the database wars
October 2000 Storage
We investigate what is at the core of the tremendous growth in the storage industry.
November 2000 Messaging
Windows NT /2000 is changing the face of remote computing. explorermag.com evaluates the
latest in the communication tools market.
December 2000 Beyond Windows 2000
What next for Microsoft?