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TechFest 2010 - posted Wednesday 06th of October 2010 07:20 AM
Microsoft is currently running a technology readiness event known as TechFest (Like a mini TechEd). This event is exclusively for Microsoft partners and is showcasing technologies such as: - Windows 7- System Center Configuration Mananger v.Next- App-V- MED-V- OS Deployment (MDT 2010 / Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit)- System Center Essentials 2010- Powershell V2- Exchange 2010- SharePoint 2010- Active Directory in Server 2008 R2 and many others... I am pleased to be one of the organisers ... [ Read More ]...
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Windows 8 first credible info leak - posted Friday 02nd of July 2010 10:48 AM
It appears that we have our first little glimpse of what Microsoft has to offer in their next Windows Operating System. According to various posts across the internet there has been information leaked on what features Windows 8 will have. For someone like myself who normally gets acquainted with a new operating system well before it becomes publicly available this is great news, because from my perspective, by the time Windows 7 had shipped I had already been using it for well over a year and ... [ Read More ]...
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Windows Live Essentials (Wave 4) Beta - posted Tuesday 29th of June 2010 03:33 PM
Microsoft has announced the beta availability of their next release of the Windows Live Essentials Suite of products. Windows live essentials has made changes to Photo Gallery, Movie Maker, Live Sync (Previously Live Mesh and Folder Share), Live Mail, Messenger and Live Writer. I have now been using these applications for a few days and I am really impressed, especially with Live Mail. Live mail has had many changes to the UI and a number of new features. I would nearly considering using this rather ... [ Read More ]...
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Sydney Windows User Group - July Meeting - posted Wednesday 23rd of June 2010 09:11 AM
Sydney Windows User group has announced its July 2010 meeting. Nicholas Rayner announced it will be on Wednesday 14th July 2010 and will be covering the latest Microsoft and related news, System Center Configuration Manager and Windows Home Server codename ‘Vail’. For those who can’t make it on the night, we’ll be streaming this month’s User Group o...ver Live Meeting.Date: Wednesday 14th July 2010Time: 6pm – 9pmVenue: Microsoft Australia – 1 Epping Road, ... [ Read More ]...
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Windows 7 Deployment Poster - posted Wednesday 14th of April 2010 04:43 PM
Today I am pleased to release my first revision of my Windows 7 Deployment Poster. I have had many people ask me about Windows deployment and with all the different components out there involved with deploying Windows using various scenarios it was hard to visualise it all. So I decided some time back that it would be great to have a thousand foot overview poster bringing together the relationship between all the components. So after many hours of work here it is. Although titled \"Windows ... [ Read More ]...
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Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 Seminar - FREE - posted Monday 22nd of March 2010 08:43 AM
This coming Wednesday 24th of March I will be running a free seminar on Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. The overall subject of the seminar will be around "The New Efficiency" marketing campaign that Microsoft is running. I will provide an overview of all Server 2008 R2 features included since the Server 2008 release. This will provide great coverage for anyone looking to deploy Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 or both. Some of the topics covered will be: Hyper-V R2 / Cluster Shared Volumes Active Directory ... [ Read More ]...
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Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 announced. - posted Friday 19th of March 2010 06:15 PM
Microsoft has just announced some of the feature set of the upcoming first service pack for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2. This will be the first time that Microsoft has officially spoken about the existence of Service Pack 1 (SP1) and any new functionality it may contain. Contrary to what I was previously led to believe, SP1 will contain some new functionality and not just updates. The currently acknowledged features are Hyper-V Dynamic Memory and RDP RemoteFX capabilities. Hyper-V Dynamic Memory: ... [ Read More ]...
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Sydney Windows User Group - March Meeting - posted Monday 15th of March 2010 12:06 AM
The Sydney Windows User Group will be holding their March meeting on the 17th of March 2010. The agenda is yet to be announced due to a topic currently under an NDA. I\'m sure it will be something interesting. The Sydney Windows User Group holds its meetings at Microsoft, North Ryde. NSW. Meetings start at 6pm and go until 9pm.. For more information see: http://www.windowsusergroup.com/ Or the Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=73970447939&ref=ts Following is the Adenda ... [ Read More ]...
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HP Slate PC Teaser Video - posted Tuesday 26th of January 2010 10:00 AM
HP has released a teaser video of the new Windows 7 slate PC, first demonstrated during the Microsoft CES 2010 keynote. There are a number of companies currently working on Slate computers and this one seems to be one of the more feasable initiatives. Personally I don't have a lot of faith in this form factor at this stage. Especially beyond reasonably meanial tasks such as web browsing. But I must accept that most people just want a computer today to surf the internet, but that is what netbooks ... [ Read More ]...
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Windows 7 God Mode - posted Thursday 14th of January 2010 11:21 AM
Recently there has been some discussion within various IT posts relating to a feature known as Windows 7 God Mode. After some investigation I have discovered that this feature is not specifically an unknown set of capabilities that has just been realised, but rather a way to link to many of the various configuration options already available in Windows 7. I personally would rather call this the Windows 7 God List of configuration options rather than a mode. Similar to a Super Control Panel. I must ... [ Read More ]...
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