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And the 3 Most Important New Features of Windows 7 are ...


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published September 10, 2009
Green computing, mobile computing and Windows XP mode.

Vista SP1 Available in Mid-March


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published February 28, 2008
Although SP1 offers some nice features, you probably have most of the important stuff already, writes CIOUpdate columnist Steve Warren.

The (Very) Slow Rise of 64-Bit Computing


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published October 2, 2007
While 64-bit computing is here and is powerful, few vendors are embracing the technology, writes CIOUpdate columnist Steve Warren.

To Upgrade or Not To Upgrade


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published August 10, 2007
When it comes to Windows Server 2008, that is definitely the question, writes CIO Update columnist Steve Warren of the Ultimate Software Group.

Longhorn Offically Windows Server 2008


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published June 11, 2007
Microsoft's Longhorn has a name a few new features users will like, writes CIO Update columnist Steve Warren.

Even Before it Begins the Vista Honeymoon is Over


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published January 29, 2007
Even though the general version hits store shelfs tonight at midnight, vendors are not ready for Windows Vista, writes CIO Update commentator Steve Warren.

Windows Vista for Business Out Today


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published November 30, 2006
Product Review: Vista for business is out today but CIO Update Commentator Steve Warren's been playing with the release for some weeks now. Here's his review of the pros and, well, pros of the new OS.

Saving Money with Virtualization


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published August 4, 2006
The ghost in the machine isn't always a bad thing, writes CIO Update commentator Steven Warren.

On the Ropes?


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published July 12, 2006
The release of Windows Vista in Q1 of 2007 has some security vendors worried about their future and rightly so, writes CIO Update commentator Steve Warren.

Taking Vista for a Test Drive


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published June 7, 2006
CIO Update commentator Steve Warren takes a look inside the changes Windows Vista Beta 2 brings to the table and likes what he sees.

Thin is In


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published May 17, 2006
Thin clients, for many cost-saving and security reasons, are gaining in popularity once again, writes CIO Update commentator Steven Warren.

Redmond's Client Protection a Good Bet


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published March 28, 2006
Microsoft's upcoming desktop security offering for the enterprise is a winner, writes CIO Update commentator Steven Warren.

Microsoft's IIS Just Got Better


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published March 15, 2006
CIO Update commentator Steven Warren likes what he sees coming from Redmond.

Playing With Fire


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published March 2, 2006
Outsourcing your security is a bad idea, writes CIO Update commentator Steven Warren.

Longhorn To Be Microsoft's Trump Card


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published January 3, 2006
When it debuts, Microsoft's Longhorn Server should put Redmond back on top, writes CIO Update commentator Steven Warren.

Open Source is Coming of Age


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published December 28, 2005
It is time to take a hard look at open source software, writes CIO Update commentator Steve Warren.

Mac OS X on Intel?!?


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published December 27, 2005
Okay, 'So what', you say? Well this could reignite an old rivalry and save you money in the process, writes CIO Update commentator Steven Warren.

The Podcasting Revolution


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published December 2, 2005
Soon your organization may be podcasting quarterly reports, training sessions and other business activities.

Vista Keeps Getting Better


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published October 4, 2005
Microsoft's latest interim release of Vista to IT insiders is glitzy and more secure, writes CIO Update commentator Steve Warren.

Working with What You've Got


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published September 27, 2005
Microsoft's new Vista OS will work well with just about any up-to-date PC, writes CIO Update commentator Steve Warren.

Vista Designed with Security in Mind


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published August 29, 2005
Windows new Vista OS is more than just eye candy, writes CIO Update commentator Steven Warren.

Vista to be a More Secure Platform


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published August 2, 2005
Due to just one simple and overdue idea, Vista (formerly Longhorn) will be much more secure, writes CIO Update commentator Steve Warren.

Certification is a Four-Letter Word


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published June 20, 2005
Even with a litany of acronyms to his credit, CIO Update commentator Steve Warren thinks certification today is overrated, too expensive and should be done away with completely.

Will Longhorn Deliver?


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published May 19, 2005
Longhorn had better live up to its hype if Microsoft wants to stay on top. But questions linger, writes CIO Update commentator Steve Warren.

Microsoft No Pushover


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published April 26, 2005
Microsoft may have changed its schedule in order to stave off Firefox and Opera, but don't expect the software giant to lose too much ground to these open source upstarts, writes CIO Update columnist Steven Warren.

Virtualization: Back by Popular Demand


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Steven Warren

| CIO Insights Article Published June 30, 2004
With the increasing need for IT departments to consolidate servers and reduce costs, virtualization is making a comeback.