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Adi Oltean's Weblog - Flashbacks on technology, programming, and other interesting things

May, 2009

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    FCI – how to use classification (video)

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    Just found a new video demonstrating the new classification feature in Windows Server 2008 R2. Enjoy! Special thanks to dawho1 who posted the video.
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    What does Bing stands for?

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    In my personal opinion, BING = B ing I s N ot G oogle (to continue the tradition of recursive acronyms ) And it’s true. Bing attempts to be a decision engine, not just another search engine. It is interesting that Google itself has an “I’m feeling Lucky...
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    Script of the week: how to expire files with Classification

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    It is an eye opening experience to sit at our FCI booth and see customer after customer telling us their biggest problem with managing file servers today: lots of old data sitting on their file servers. When I tell them how that our classification feature...
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    The buzz around Classification is going up!

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    More and more posts appear on File Classification - it's hard to keep track of them. Here is a few sample (if I missed anyone, sorry - it s not intentional) Coded Style has a post on titled Getting Personal with Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification...
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    Classification – under the hood (part 1)

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    As promised, I will add more technical information about File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) in a series of technical posts devoted to FCI architecture and internals. We started the classification project with an ambitious vision: to provide a simple...
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    File Classification Infrastructure – launched today!

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    Today it is an exciting day for all of us – we just announced our new classification platform at TechEd! It is a culmination of many months of team work, mostly in secret until now (which also explains also the silence on this blog). For an overview of...
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    Tom’s Hardware: SSD comparison table (take 2)

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    Tom’s Hardware does it again! http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/256gb-samsung-ssd,2265-8.html What is notable is (again) the relative power consumption between various SSDs – ranging from 0.5W (for Intel X25-E/M) to a whopping 4.6 W (for Soliddata)...
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