The Microsoft MVP summit was held last week (3rd - 7th November) in Redmond, where I had the good fortune to spend the week with members of various Microsoft product teams that are responsible for what we commonly know as Active Directory. I can genuinely say that in technology terms I have not been this interested in the … Continue reading Active Directory: What to learn next?
Microsoft has made available for download a Lync training package. The training package contains all of the available training and user education resources for Lync. The download includes a Lync Training Plans workbook which helps to target the most applicable training for the end user Download Planning Workbook – Focus is on the Information worker
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. How does eliminating the costs of 3rd party solutions sound? Join experts Tony Redmond and Paul Robichaux at this 3-day Essentials workshop and take a practical approach to mastering Exchange 2010 - one that is immediately useful, easy to learn, and enables smooth and graceful deployments of Exchange. This event … Continue reading Cancelled – Exchange 2010 Training in London (13-15 June) with Tony Redmond and Paul Robichaux
Microsoft for a sometime now have been publishing via the Microsoft Downloads website documents called either: TLG:xyz or Test Lab Guide:xyz. These guides are intended to deliver a set of documents that enable an IT Pro to experience the functionality of a Microsoft technology or product in a standardised test lab environment. All Test Lab … Continue reading Microsoft Test Lab Guides
Are you looking to plan, pilot or deploy Windows and Office? The Microsoft Springboard team from Redmond will be in the UK en route to TechEd Europe (Berlin) on Monday 1st November, they will be delivering a five hour workshop on: Office 2010 IT investments. Key deployment strategies for Windows 7 and the Microsoft Desktop … Continue reading Windows 7 Springboard Series Tour – Hits the UK on 1st November.
I feel like I am flying under the radar at the moment and as a result I am finding very little time to post anything; this is due to numerous factors, including a new project transitioning Microsoft Official Curriculum from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2008 R2 and my consulting business being very busy … Continue reading Flying under the radar
Back in April as part of the UK TechDays week, I arranged an evening session with Dan Pearson of David Solomon Expert Seminars on Windows Crash Dump Analysis and Windows Performance Troubleshooting and Analysis, everyone who attended thought it was an excellent session and very worthwhile. Dan is back in London this October to teach … Continue reading Windows Operating System Internals–Training in London.