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Thursday, April 28, 2005
Tech Tidbits Daily for Apr. 28, 2005
This is your Tech Tidbits Daily for Thursday, April 28th, 2005. Today's podcast contains one technical news item and one listener feedback.
The Neverfail Group has announced a new release of their high-availability solution for Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server. Key features: monitors SharePoint for content changes, and backs those up immediately to a fail over server; seamless fail-over to the secondary server in extreme failure cases; and it also protects SharePoint content in Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange, among others. This software can also be configured to work with VMWARE's virtual server technology. I personally have been using SharePoint at my work for several years. It has really been a key collaboration tool for doing information technology (IT) management for myself. I'll definitely have to take a look at this tool to make sure we have better up time capabilities.
Today's feedback is again a post to Podcast Alley by TL. Thanks for the great feedback!
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I have been unable to download your shows for the last few days. I assume you are aware of the issue...
Posted by: Simon | Apr 29, 2005 6:24:56 AM
Thanks for the info. I am looking into it. I can download them directly, but via podcatching clients the enclosures are not getting built correctly by Feedburner. I'll let folks know if something gets fixed. All of them are working right now but the 28th. - Steve
Posted by: Steve Holden | Apr 29, 2005 9:14:32 AM