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  • Blog Post: Kevin's "New Efficiency": Launch Event Resources

    E-mail Technical Questions: Kevin Remde – Kevin.Remde@microsoft.com Feedback e-mail to my boss: Brian Moore – BriMoore@microsoft.com Future Live, In-Person Event Information: TechNet (for IT Pros): http://www.technetevents.com/kevinremde MSDN (for Software Developers): http://www.MSDNEvents.com ...
  • Blog Post: Transparency: What guides Microsoft to improve server products and reduce your TCO?

    Here’s another TLA for you all to learn: CEC . Microsoft’s Common Engineering Criteria . The Microsoft Common Engineering Criteria is a set of engineering requirements and guidelines that govern all of Microsoft’s server products. The idea here is that we build products that work well together, and...
  • Blog Post: Screencasts of Windows Server 2008 R2 Demos (Set 1 of 2)

    Hey all, On June 4, 2009 I delivered part 1 of a 2 part TechNet Webcast Series on Windows Server 2008 R2 . It was the first of a whole series of Windows Server 2008 R2 TechNet Webcasts. Lately, as you may know, I’ve also been recording the webcast demos as screencasts ( See my recent set of Windows...
  • Blog Post: Where CAN’T You Use Hyper-V? (So Many Questions. So Little Time. Part 11.)

    A question I’ve actually heard several times before came up again at our TechNet Event in Kansas City several weeks ago: “Can I use Hyper-V as a VM (within Windows 7)?” No. “Can you elaborate?” Absolutely. First of all, Hyper-V is a role added to Windows Server...
  • Blog Post: NEW Bigger Discount on TechNet Plus Subscriptions!

    IMPORTANT UPDATE : This promotion and promotion code have expired. Please CLICK HERE for the most current promotion. Whenever I present a live TechNet Event , I ask my audience to raise their hands if they are a TechNet subscriber . Usually about 1/3 of the audience raises their hand. Considering...
  • Blog Post: Breaking News: It’s here! RCs are RTW! (for some)

    RCs = Release Candidates RTW = Released to Web “for some” means “for TechNet and MSDN subscribers” You remember several days ago we announced that the RC for Windows 7 would be available to TechNet and MSDN subscribers on April 30th . “Hey, that’s today!” Yep. And of course the first thing...
  • Blog Post: Kevin's TechNet Event Resources: April-June 2010 (Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Launch!)

    TechNet Event Slides and Additional Resources http://www.technetevents.com/resources 25%-OFF Special TechNet Plus Subscription Promotion – Yes, save nearly $100 off of a new TechNet Plus Direct Subscription! Use Promotion Code TNITQ404 (that’s 4-ZERO-4) at http://www.microsoft.com/technet...
  • Blog Post: NEW: Save 25% on TechNet Plus Direct Subscription (Who wouldn’t want to save $87.25?)

    UPDATE: This promotion has expired. Please click here to see details on the current promotion. UPDATE: This promotion ends on June 30, 2010 October 31, 2010 .. and will still save you 25% on the newly named "TechNet Subscription Professional" (same price). Just substitute "TechNet Plus Direct" with...
  • Blog Post: “We’re just a Microsoft Shop..”

    Really? Just Microsoft ? Not likely. Most companies have some need for interoperability between vendors and technologies.. and those technologies don’t always play well together. Microsoft, Linux, MySQL, Apple… these can be a big challenge to support and get working well together. To help address...