Steve Cassidy

Real World: Cloud presentations used to be about management of the servers; now it's about users

Real World: Cloud presentations used to be about management of the servers; now it's about users

A public cloud service is nothing new, but is VMware’s Air-raising solution bringing something new to a world of bad traffic and overtaxed routers?
By Steve Cassidy Mar 4 2015, 4:23PM
Apple Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server (2nd gen)

Apple Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server (2nd gen)

The new-form-factor Mac Mini gets its server version, is it better than building a PC server of your own?
By Steve Cassidy Oct 14 2010, 5:01PM
Top tips to save money on tech

Top tips to save money on tech

Our full guide to saving cash-saving secrets is here, from how to get discounts on PCs, to SIM only phone contracts, the best DSLR cameras deals, and discount licensing from Adobe, Microsoft and others.
By Tim Danton , David Fearon , Steve Cassidy , David Bayon , Barry Collins , Darien Graham-Smith , Jonathan Bray , Zara Baxter , Matthew Sparkes , Mike Jennings Nov 11 2008, 4:10PM
Apple OS X 10.5 Server

Apple OS X 10.5 Server

Superpowered and workgroup friendly with great features, but with a steep learning curve for administrators. Find out what the "other" side of the server world looks like
By Steve Cassidy Jul 28 2008, 2:09PM
Setting up a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Setting up a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Why do so many network administrators trip over the humble VPN? Steve Cassidy goes in-depth.
By Steve Cassidy Oct 18 2007, 9:46AM
Advanced networking for small business

Advanced networking for small business

Cutting edge technology is bringing powerful enterprise-grade solutions to the small and medium business sector. Read on for tips, analysis and tutorials about how you can take advantage.
By Steve Cassidy Sep 5 2007, 10:05AM
Mastering Syslog on small networks

Mastering Syslog on small networks

Network reporting tools are a necessary evil for the SME. We unravel the mysteries of Syslog
By Steve Cassidy Aug 16 2006, 3:12PM