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Links 1 through 10 of 38 by Ken Robson tagged articles

On the ActiveDir.org list there has been some good discussion about whether the multi-domain forest is still considered a valid design option. This article attempts to crystallise the discussion for use as a reference for those involved with the design or review of forest models.

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Articles related to the theory and practice of business management.

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The advent of field-programmable gate arrays requires that we stop calling circuits “hardware”
and, more generally, that we broaden our concept of what constitutes “software.” ...
Developing modern embedded software capable of execut

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You have always ignored the internals of CPU properties like the number of registers, the exact format of CPU words, the precise format of intructions and of course the cache. I know you have (well, let's say I am sure about 99% of you out there). I ignor

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Virtualization has come of age, and is rising to a place of prominence in a growing majority of production environments. According to a research report by the Enterprise Management Association “Virtualization: Exposing the Intangible Enterprise” (July

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Nowadays, the iSCSI technology is quite popular in the storage world. This article shows an iSCSI demo environment which consists of one Debian Linux host and one Netapp Filer.We try to show the most important features of this protocol.

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This is the first part of a series on what's new in the Windows Vista kernel. In this issue, I'll look at changes in the areas of processes and threads, and in I/O. Future installments will cover memory management, startup and shutdown, reliability and re

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Financial markets firms have consistently earned more
than the average company over the last decade. As
one CEO told us, “I was lamenting to my board that my
margins had decreased from 36 percent to 33 percent;
one of my board members, the head of a

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In the final installment of a three-part series, David Chisnall examines the current state of the CPU industry. Part 1 looked at general trends, and part 2 discussed two surviving RISC architectures. Part 3 considers the rest of the industry, including th

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In the second article of a three-part series, David Chisnall examines the current state of the CPU industry. Part 1 looked at general trends. Part 2 focuses on two of the surviving RISC families: POWER and SPARC.

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