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Network Admins: Don't Forget About Microsoft Pathping

Network Admins: Don't Forget About Microsoft Pathping

Typically, when troubleshooting a network problem in Windows, we will reach for the trusty ping and tracert utilities. Ping lets you know a network connection actually exists and is functional. Tracert shows you the routers (or "hops") the packets traverse to get to the destination. So these two tools confirm that you do have a connection and what that connection is. What they don't tell you is the quality of the connection. And that's where pathping comes into play.

Before You Migrate to Office 365 - Read This

Before You Migrate to Office 365 - Read This

As the Chief Operating Officer for NH Learning Solutions, the largest group of New Horizons training centers in America, I have been involved in several preliminary discussions with businesses about Office 365 Migration. In several ways, these meetings were a real learning experience for me, as I was truly surprised to learn that so many decision makers were unaware of the tremendous impact deploying brand new software could have on their organization.

3 Reasons Why Businesses Are Choosing Microsoft Azure

3 Reasons Why Businesses Are Choosing Microsoft Azure

According to Microsoft, "Azure is a growing collection of integrated cloud services—analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web—for moving faster, achieving more, and saving money." Similar to Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure can be an extremely attractive service for any size business.

How PowerShell Differs from Command Prompt

How PowerShell Differs from Command Prompt

Many IT professionals are looking for ways to automate day-to-day Admin tasks. As you know, IT personnel today spend a lot of time on repetitive tasks to accomplish various jobs. Windows PowerShell, however, provides a powerful language that can be used to write and execute scripts, which can eliminate and/or automate many necessary, yet repetitive tasks.

Windows Server 2016 - 3 Case Studies

Windows Server 2016 - 3 Case Studies

Windows Server 2016 was released on September 26, 2016 at Microsoft's Ignite conference and became generally available on October 12, 2016. Here are three customer stories from Windows Server 2016 early adopters: Rackspace Hosting, Tyco International & Rakuten, Inc.

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