April, 2005

  • Expand your knowledge tour

    Well, the first week of the tour is complete, and I'm just sitting at the airport waiting to fly out to Calgary. Bill Hilf and I have already completed 3 cities, Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. I'm heading out west to visit Calgary and Vancouver on this...
  • Download Virtual Server 2005 Service Pack 1 (Beta)

    This morning, Steve Ballmer announced the beta release of Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 Service Pack 1 (SP1). We are very pleased to tell you that SP1 is now available on Microsoft Beta Place. To participate in the beta program, you need to: ...
  • Is Linux ready for prime time enterprise?

    According to industry analyst firm Gartner, the technology industry has entered a period of high commercialization of Linux. Many acknowledge that Linux may have a place in their organizations, but many questions remain – questions about the business...
  • NT4 to AD In-Place Migration

    One of my colleagues, Rick Claus, is currently posting a series on migrating your enterprise from NT4 to Active Directory. He currently has posted parts 1, 2, and 3 of a 7 part series. The posts so far: NT4 to AD In-Place Migration - Are YOU...
  • Technet Monthly - Business Activity Monitoring and Business Intelligence

    Thanks to all that attended the BAM and BI session last night. Also, thanks to Scott Cairney from Cactus Commerce . For more information about BizTalk Server 2004 head over to: http://www.microsoft.com/biztalk/default.mspx For more information about...
  • SBS Usergroup Tour - hosted by SBS MVP’s

    Small Business Server MVPs invite resellers and consultants who want to understand solutions for small business customers to join together for an evening of presentations and discussion. Each of the SBS MVPs appearing on this tour is an experienced resellers...
  • Services for UNIX session at KW Linux User Group

    Thanks to the Kitchener-Waterloo Linux User Group ( KWLUG ) for allowing me to come out and present on Microsoft Windows Services for UNIX (SFU) at your monthly meeting. For those people that want to learn more about SFU there are a couple of websites...