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More articles by Tim Conrad

Author Bio
Tim Conrad lives and works in New York City, where he supports the network infrastructure at an educational services company. In his spare time he likes to go to concerts, drink beer, play guitar, and spend quality time with his computers.
For Enterprise Zone | August 2, 2004
You don't have to spend a fortune on CiscoWorks to store and compare your Cisco router configurations. With a little work and some help from Subversion, you can roll your own.
For Security Zone | June 2, 2004
Virus definitions often can't keep up with the rapid proliferation of Windows-based worms, letting them slip under your radar. How can you keep your network safe? Use the access lists on your routers along with a centralized logging database to help you quickly find and isolate infected hosts.
For Database Development Zone | April 12, 2004
Can you trust the leading open-source database engines, PostgreSQL and MySQL, to deliver the performance and features that the Oracles, SQL Servers, and DB2s of the world do? Not just yet, but they could offer enough to meet your needs. Find out how they stack up against each other, as well as against the commercial alternatives.
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