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  • Blog Post: Dan Lewis, MCT

    Dan is an independent MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) in the UK. He spends the majority of his time running a variety of technical training courses for Microsoft Partners and academic institutions, primarily focusing on Windows Server, Active Directory and network security. He is a regular presenter...
  • Blog Post: Nathan Winters

    Nathan Winters is a Unified Communications Consultant for Dimension Data; a Microsoft Gold Partner on five continents whose clients include over 70% of the Global Fortune 100. Nathan has been working in I.T. for four years and specialises in Exchange, Active Directory and Virtualisation. Recent work...
  • Blog Post: Adrian J. Beasley

    37 years in IT, I have worked as a contractor for the last 25. I have reinvented myself several times over my career, as my interests have changed. I first learned Microsoft technologies by studying for the MCSE, which I gained in 1997 (NT3.51!) and have upgraded with each subsequent OS version. My current...
  • Blog Post: Kim Berggren, Messaging Engineer

    I have been working as a messaging engineer for a US-based international hospitality and travel company for the past nine years. I spend a good deal of my time in a test lab working out the details of the next messaging project. I work with Exchange, anti-virus and anti-spam solutions, BlackBerry, Lotus...
  • Blog Post: Brian Reid – Director & Consultant, C7 Solutions Ltd

    Brian is a messaging and security specialist with over ten years experience in providing training and consulting on Microsoft technologies for a very wide range of customers, small businesses to large enterprises including the Microsoft support and consulting groups for whom he specialises in Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Stephen Cummins

    Stephen Cummins, runs the blog SPSFAQ and has received the SharePoint MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award from Microsoft for the past 6 years. I live in Kildare, Ireland with his wife, daughter, dog and goldfish. He has managed in excess of thirty SharePoint implementations around the world for...
  • Blog Post: Mark Arnold, Technical Design Authority, Capita IT services

    Mark is an Infrastructure Architect working for Capita IT Services, part of the Capita Group of companies which provides Business Process and Technology Outsourcing, Consultancy, Training and other services to a range of customers in both the Commercial and Central/Local Government sectors. Mark started...
  • Blog Post: Paul Turner, Hewlett Packard

    Paul Turner , Hewlett Packard Solution Architect and Lead Consultant .NET Results Technology Leadership Team As part of the Worldwide .NET Results Technology Leadership Team (TLT) I am responsible for evangelizing the .NET message across HP. This involves developing significant solutions and identifying...
  • Blog Post: Rhys Wilkins - Technical Consultant, ICM Computer Group

    Rhys Wilkins works as a Technical Consultant for ICM Computer Group . Rhys will provide us with a full biography in the coming days - suffice it to say that Rhys has faced many security challenges and come up with innovative solutions to many of them.
  • Blog Post: Mark Wilson, Senior Customer Solution Architect, Fujitsu Services

    Mark Wilson is a Senior Customer Solution Architect at Fujitsu Services . Since 1994, Mark has been designing and implementing IT infrastructure solutions within the United Kingdom, continental Europe and Australia, operating both in-house and as a consultant, with his main focus areas being Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: David Harley

    David Harley CISSP has worked in computing since 1986, and first fell semi-accidentally into security and antivirus research in 1989. His background includes systems, applications and network support and administration, and includes PCs, Macs, Unix and VMS. He holds qualifications in security auditing...
  • Blog Post: Paul Stringfellow

    Paul Stringfellow Communications Manager Gardner Systems Plc. Paul is the communications manager and a senior solutions architect at Gardner Systems based in Liverpool, Paul’s other roles include business development both with clients and investigating and developing new vendor relationships...
  • Blog Post: Andy Taylor, Principal Consultant, 1E,

    Andy Taylor, Principal Consultant, 1E, Having worked in IT for the past 15 years, from being a junior IT support technician in a General Hospital through to my present post as a lead consultant in Microsoft Management, one thing has always been my primary goal, make IT simple. I started work on...
  • Blog Post: Dennis Lundtoft Thomsen, Managing Consultant, Inceptio A/S

    Dennis Lundtoft Thomsen is a Managing Consultant at Inceptio A/S . Dennis' main focus centers around large-scale enterprise and hosted Windows, Exchange and Active Directory projects. He currently holds MCSE+I and MCSE certifications (And a Masters Degree in Management of Technology). Dennis has a history...
  • Blog Post: Martin Bell

    Martin Bell has been a freelance computer consultant in the UK for over 23 years. He has worked on many relational database systems and since 1998 has specialized in SQL Server. He was first awarded Microsoft MVP (SQL Server) status in June 2003. He runs the Scottish Area meetings of the UK SQL Server...
  • Blog Post: Harlan Carvey

    Harlan Carvey's interest in computer and information security began while he was an officer in the U.S. military, during which time he earned his master's degree in Electrical Engineering. After leaving military service, he began working in the field of commercial and government information security...
  • Blog Post: Tony Rogerson, SQL Server MVP

    Tony Rogerson , SQL Server MVP Torver Computer Consultants tonyrogerson@torver.net Tony started programming when he was 12, his first program mastered the bubble-sort on the ZX Spectrum. He left school in 1986 and progressed his long career in the IT industry touching on a number of industry...
  • Blog Post: Mark J. Lucas

    Mark is a Sr. System Administrator at the California Institute of Technology. He's been with Caltech for years. He started by building and administering a small Windows NT 4.0 Domain and has since progressed to being one of the three Enterprise Administrators for one of the AD Forests on campus (Yes...
  • Blog Post: Craig Murphy

    Craig Murphy is an author , developer, speaker, podcaster , Microsoft MVP and is a Certified ScrumMaster. He enjoys working with .NET, C#, Borland Delphi, XML/Web Services, XSLT and is a great follower of Test-Driven Development, Extreme Programming, agile methods and Scrum. Craig's IT community activities...
  • Blog Post: Jamie Thomson - Conchango UK

    Jamie is a SQL Server BI professional working for Conchango in the UK. He has been working with SQL Server Integration Services since summer 2004 and has written a number of related articles for SQLIS.com and SQLServerCentral.com. You can read about more of his SSIS experiences at http://blogs.conchango...
  • Blog Post: Matthew Johnston

    Matthew Johnston Technical Consultant, MICROSOFT SOLUTIONS EMEA QUEST SOFTWARE UK LTD. Matt is a Technical Consultant for Quest Software. Whilst his primary focus is around the management of and migration to Exchange 2000/2003, he has been involved in all aspects of the Microsoft Enterprise. He spends...
  • Blog Post: David Sengupta, Product Manager, Quest Software

    David Sengupta, Product Manager, Quest Software David Sengupta is a Microsoft Exchange Server Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and a Product Manager in the Windows Management group at Quest Software ( http://wm.quest.com ) . He has been a Microsoft MVP in the Exchange Server category for over six consecutive...
  • Blog Post: Rodney Buike, Senior Network Administrator, Monarch Industries Ltd

    Rodney Buike, Senior Network Administrator, Monarch Industries Ltd Rodney in an MVP for Windows Server - Directory Services and is the publisher of TheLazyadmin.com , a blog with how-to's, tips, tricks and news useful to other system and network administrators working in Microsoft environments. Rodney...
  • Blog Post: Blake Handler

    Blake Handler "I’ve been supporting Microsoft products since they introduced MBASIC for S100 computers in the early 1980’s. I later wrote silly games for our college professor, who sold them at “Rainbow Computing” – one of Los Angeles’ first computer stores. After writing more games for the Atari...
  • Blog Post: Chris Testa O-Neill

    Chris Testa-O'Neill is the Database Product Manager at Remarc Group Ltd. He specialises in SQL Server Business Intelligence Solutions and teaches all Microsoft courses in the SQL 2000, 2005 and 2008 product range. He also conducts closed company sessions and consults on thier business implementations...