• Windows Server simplified

    My colleague Damir has written about this topic before on this blog, but I thought it warranted another post so here it is. You see, with past iterations of the Microsoft Windows Server operating system, there were always a number of things to contemplate before selecting which version to purchase – workload, growth potential, features needed, etc. However, with Windows Server 2012 your selection...
  • Windows Server 2012 Canadian Launch Tour and IT Camp Events

    Looking for IT Camp registration links? We've created an updated post you should visit: IT Camps... come pitch your tent with Windows Server 2012! With Windows Server 2012 becoming generally available September 4, we want to make sure you get some hands on experience with this latest server offering. With new advances in virtualization, networking, storage and automation among other things, there...
  • A new look–after 25 years, it’s about time!

    Today the new logo for our company was unveiled and I must say that I like what I see. Clean lines, more modern but friendly. Nice! Old logo: New logo: What do you think?
  • Hyper-V versus VMware: Virtual Disk Security

    Another great email came across my desk from Jeff Woolsey, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft for Windows Server, along with Yoganand Rajasekaran, one of our development team members and Ben Armstrong, the Virtual PC guy . This time the discussion is regarding access to other customer’s data across a multitenant system by an attacker. Here’s what they had to say… ------------------------------...
  • Hyper-V versus VMware: Saved State Security

    I saw this in my inbox from Jeff Woolsey and thought I’d share. Jeff is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft for Windows Server and Cloud and the leading expert on Virtualization and Private Cloud within the company. We get questions all the time about the security of Hyper-V and Windows products in general and I love Jeff’s answer. -------------------------------------------...
  • 22 Free Microsoft eBooks to Add to Your Must Read List

    During the summer months, I always try to catch up on my must read list. These are books that are perfect to read at the cottage on long weekends, when I’m off on vacation, or even when I’m travelling for work. For the work you do, it’s a little different; you’re probably not itching to bring that new SharePoint eBook with you on vacation (or maybe you are), but it is something...