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Matt McSpirit on Virtualisation, Management and Core Infrastructure

January, 2007

  • Events, Events, Events!

    Firstly, an apology - it's been a while, and I know you think the Internet is a lonely place without my ramblings ;-), so I'm back on the blogging as of today, and have a huge amount to talk about, so here goes! Those boys over at TechNet are gonna be...
  • See, SuperFetch isn't made up!

    Whenever I go out and talk to Microsoft Partners, I try to keep the demo'ing (not sure that's a word) to a maximum, and the slides, to a minimum, as I really feel that more can be gained by seeing a product in action, rather than reading about it on a...
  • Webcasts and Virtual Labs - Update!

    These may be useful to some of you out there :-) Webcast Series Windows Vista: Build More Secure Applications Find out how Windows Vista makes it easier than ever to build applications that are more secure, reliable and manageable. Tune in to see how...
  • Vista: Under Starter's Orders...

    Many of you out there will pretty much know the 5 Vista versions that will be available. On the consumer side of things, you have Home Basic and Home Premium, and on the business side of things, you have Vista Business, and Enterprise. Then we have Vista...
  • Fancy some Beta's?

    Well, if you do fancy getting your hands on some nifty new technology, then here are a few Beta's that have recently been made available, for your downloading pleasure: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Now Available for Evaluation Make your evaluation...
  • SBSC Small Business Symposium 2007

    Now I know most people, when they think of a big event in February, will normally say Valentines Day, but, believe it or not, this February, there is a different event taking place, and it's solely aimed at our Small Business Partners out there. This...
  • What's with the 20 questions?

    Digital Rights Management, or DRM if you are an acronym lover, has caused quite a stir over recent weeks, most of it aimed in the general direction of Windows Vista and it's ability to handle Blu-Ray and HD-DVD content in particular. So, what better way...