Browsing articles from "4 月, 2005"
At the Storage Networking World conference in Phoenix Wednesday, Microsoft announced the availability of a public beta release of its Data Protection Manager (DPM) software. DPM provides a near continuous disk-based backup and offers rapid recovery in the event of a failure – without relying on tape.
Microsoft has been beta testing DPM among its partners since last September, and boasts a resounding positive response for the product.
“Our whole goal with DPM is to shrink the operational costs associated with IT professionals having to manually recover lost data and manage cumbersome backup and recovery processes,” says Ben Matheson, group product manager for DPM at Microsoft.
“From what our early-adopter customers are telling us, DPM is doing that very effectively.”
General availability of Microsoft DPM is slated for the end of this year, but the public beta is available now for download. Future releases of DPM are expected to support the entire Windows Server System, including Microsoft Exchange Server, SQL Server and more.
:item2: DPM Public Beta
Microsoft has released Beta 2 of Visual Studio 2005 including Visual Studio Team Suite
which contains all of the features of Visual Studio Team System.
They also released Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Beta 2.
You must be an MSDN subscriber to download these versions
but you can order the software on DVD for free.
:item2: Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 Released
:item2: Cnet Taiwan – Macromedia被併 開發商反應不一
SUS 1.0 with SP1 is designed to simplify the process of keeping your Windows-based computer up to date with the latest critical updates. SUS 1.0 with SP1 enables administrators to quickly and reliably deploy critical updates to their Windows 2000-based servers as well as to desktop computers running Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional.
SUS 1.0 with SP1 requires your client computers to be running the latest version of Windows Automatic Updating. You can download Windows Automatic Updating here.
The updated administrative template file allowing for adaption of the SUS SP1 client functionality to meet your needs is available here.
Prior to installing SUS 1.0 with SP1 on a server in your organization, Microsoft recommends that you read the Software Update Services Deployment White Paper.
:item2: Software Update Services 1.0 with Service Pack 1