Wesley David is a Systems Engineer, blogger and business owner with experience in Windows, Linux, Networks and even pest control (a word of warning to all scorpions: don’t even try). He enjoys sharing what he knows with anyone who will listen.
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Recent December, 2011 Stories
Wesley David discusses data deduplication and why all system admins should consider utilizing it. Duplicate data can lead to system inefficiencies and unnecessary costs in your system's storage arrays. In this introductory post, Wesley covers what deduplication actually is, the different types of deduplication and helps you decide what would be the best option for you.
Wesley David outlines some of the best tools and utilities every Network Administrator should have with them at all times.
Learn how you can save money and simplify the administration of multiple remote systems with the free and open-source tool, mRemote (released under the GPL license), as detailed in this article by Wesley D.
Whether you have five or 5,000 PCs, managing your OS images is a crucial part of your IT infrastructure. Done well, an image management solution can free up your time and make your help desk (and by extension your users) blissful. Done poorly or not at all and you have entered the misty realms of […]
Take a tour through the features of Terminals; an open source network management app from Microsoft’s CodePlex that simplifies working with remote connections and systems.
MuRD allows you to store all of your remote desktop connections within its Connection Manager interface and easily keep track of multiple open sessions within tabs or the standard full screen view.